Intel 8085

The Intel 8085  (P/N 156-1088-00) is an 8-bit microprocessor monolithic integrated circuit introduced in 1976.

It implements the Intel 8080 instruction set, includes a hardware serial port, and requires only a +5 V supply. The data bus is multiplexed with the lower 8 bits of the address bus, thereby requiring an external latch.

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Some instruments using part Intel 8085

Instrument Manufacturer Class Model Description Introduced
308 Sony/Tektronix Logic Analyzer 308 20 MHz 8-ch Logic Analyzer 1980
4025 Tektronix Terminal 4025 Raster graphics terminal 1977
468 Tektronix Oscilloscope 468 10/100 MHz Digital Storage Scope 1980
7A42 Tektronix Plug-in 7A42 350 MHz four-channel logic triggered amplifier 1984
7D02 Tektronix Plug-in 7D02 Logic Analyzer 1980
AFG5101 Tektronix Plug-in AFG5101 programmable arbitrary/function generator 1988
AFG5102 Tektronix Plug-in AFG5102 programmable arbitrary/function generator 1993

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