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Looking for some various 8086 projects

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Hi all Members.
I need some easy,intermediate and advanced projects with 8086
 

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projects on 8086

dont be stupid ,its not easy to develop 8086 projects . you need to develop a complete motherboard for that
 

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8086 microcontroller projects

I need some projects for course Microprocessor.In our lecture there are some but I want a better one(oskol)
 

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Re: projects on 8086

dont be stupid ,its not easy to develop 8086 projects . you need to develop a complete motherboard for that
hey mental if u know anything about 8086 give ideas or else shut ur mouth and ass
 

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The 8086 is just a microprocessor, it can be used just like any other and it certainly doesn't need a 'complete motherboard' to be used.
If you look in the data sheets from Intel, they give examples of it being used in a smal bus structured system. At minimum you need some RAM and ROM to hold the program but it can perform useful tasks with nothing more.

Brian.
 

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