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Posted by: darothi     5/24/2006 5:17:35 AM     Category: Microprocessor
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what are the differences between 8085 and 8086 microprocessor?

Posted by: teja varma     2/3/2010 7:58:54 AM
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Posted by: teja varma     2/3/2010 7:57:01 AM
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please say difference between 8085&8086


Posted by: 9989107554     6/27/2009 1:46:11 AM
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difference between 8085 and 8086


Posted by: VIKTOR     4/1/2009 8:59:45 AM
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Give detailed difference between 8085 and 8086 processor


Posted by: swathisri     1/26/2009 2:48:07 AM
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8085 is a 8 bit processor,number of flags are 5 and memory capacity is 64KB while 8086 is a 16 bit processor ,number of flags are 9 and memory capacity is 1 MB.The main difference between 8085 and 8086 is that 8086 uses pipelining.


Posted by: unsubscribed     4/16/2008 1:24:14 AM

5 difference between 8085 and 8086 microprocessor


Posted by: pavan_054eee     2/25/2008 1:43:38 AM
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hi....the difference is that the 8085 is a base version of 8086...


Posted by: ranjithnelan     2/11/2008 8:14:17 AM
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what are the difference between CISC and RISC.
please send me the brief answers.


Posted by: ranjithnelan     2/11/2008 8:10:43 AM
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Select two computer architectures and compare and contrast their technical features. Provide a chart to demonstrate the comparison of approximately 10 different features. Your comparison criteria should be based on the architecture components and not broad concepts like speed or performance. Try to be as specific as possible with the comparison details. You might need to research some different systems to perform this task. If you are unable to create a comparison chart you can provide a two page textual comparison summary of the two architectures you selected. Either the chart or the two page summary (not both) will be sufficient.


Posted by: jayamurugan     6/22/2006 7:03:39 AM
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85 is a 8 bit & 86 is a 16 bit micro processor and 86 has more instructions than 85 ie div. Also no. of Flags are more in 86.
for futher diff. follow Microprocessor 86 by D.V.Hall


Posted by: vikesh_gaur     5/24/2006 6:19:05 AM
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85 is a 8 bit & 86 is a 16 bit micro processor and 86 has more instructions than 85 ie div. Also no. of Flags are more in 86.
for futher diff. follow Microprocessor 86 by D.V.Hall .


Posted by: hrpatel     5/24/2006 5:34:19 AM
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Basically there are two difference in first one there is 85 and in second one there is 86 it just a number difference......




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