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Motorola MC10800
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The MC10800 ALU and the XC10801 CU
Developer Motorola
Manufacturer Motorola
Type microprocessors
Production 1977
Architecture 4-bit bit-slice
Word size 4 bit
0.5 octets
1 nibbles
Technology ECL
Clock 1 MHz-20 MHz
Package QIL48

The Motorola 10800 (or MC10800) is a family of 4-bit bit-slice microprocessor components developed by Motorola and introduced in late 1977. Made using ECL, the 10800 series was designed for very high speed applications where nMOS components were insufficient.


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Part Description
10800 4-bit ALU slice
10801 Microprogram control unit
10802 Timing unit
10803 Memory interface slice
10804 4-bit bidirectional ECL/TTL interface
10805 4-bit bidirectional ECL/TTL interface
10806 32 words x 9-bit RAM
10807 5-bit bus transceiver ECL-to-ECL
10808 Programmable 16-bit shifter


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Facts about "10800 - Motorola"
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instance ofmicroprocessor family +
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manufacturerMotorola +
nameMotorola MC10800 +
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technologyECL +
word size4 bit (0.5 octets, 1 nibbles) +