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The first 8-bit microprocessor, Intel 8008 (i8008)

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The Intel 8008 was an early byte-oriented microprocessor designed and manufactured by Intel
and introduced in April 1972.
It was an 8-bit CPU with an external 14-bit address bus that could address 16KB of memory.

The 8008 was packaged as a kit and offered by Intel in November of 1973.

The MCS-8 was not a computer kit but a fully built development system,
designed to aid engineers in learning about and developing 8008 systems.
A full system included software (on paper tape; a paper tape reader was an accessory for the system)
to edit and assemble 8008 code and then burn the code to PROM.

8008 and MCS-8 Users manual here:

http://www.classiccmp.org/8008/8008UM.pdf

Intel 8008 OPCODES

Intel 8008 (i8008) microprocessor family

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