8086
MCS-86
 

Introduction date:   March 1978
Category:   16-bit microprocessor
Frequency:   5MHz
Technology:   HMOS
Number of transistors:   29000 (3 Microns)
Addressable memory:   1Mbyte
Number of instructions:   135 instructions with eight 8-bit registers and eight 16-bit registers
History:

 
 

Intelís 8086 was a major advancement in 1978. The chip brought the x86 instruction set thatís still present on x86-compatible chips today
 

Second source:  

AMD, Fujitsu, Harris, HMS, Mitsubishi, NEC, OKI, Siemens and Russian clones

 


Intel          
C8086 C8086-4        
       
7835 7830        
           
D8086 D8086-1 D8086-2 D8086-4 ID8086 LD8086
  8605   7840 8225  
           
QD8086 QD8086-2 QM8086D1      
     
8647   8627      
           
P8086 P8086-2 P80C86A-2 P80C86AL P80C86AL-2  
 
           

 


AMD          
P8086-1          
         
8735          

 

Fujitsu          
MBL8086-1 MBL8086-2 MBL8086-2      
     
8634 8345 8649      

 

Mitsubishi          
M5L8086S          
         
8337          

 

Siemens          
SAB8086-1-C SAB8086 O-C SAB80862P      
     
8712 8201 8834      

 

CCCP          
KP1810BM86 KP1810BM86        
       
8906 9212        




Intel MCS-86
Microcomputer System Prototype Kit


MCS-86 kit with manual and chips

The kit includes:
C8086-4
P8259A
P8284
P8282
P8251
B2616
P2142-3
8205
7400
7404
7474
1488
1489
CPU
Prpgrammable Interrupt Controller
Clock Generator
8-Bit Input/Output Ports
Programmable Communication Interface
2Kx8 Factory Programmable Prom
1024x4 Bit Static Ram
High Speed 1 Out Of 8 Binary Decoder
Quad 2-Input NAND Gate
Hex Inverter
4-Bit D-Type Latch
RS-232C Quad Line Driver
RS-232C Quad Line Receiver


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