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The '''8088''' is a version with an external 8-bit data bus, notable as the processor used in the original IBM PC design.
 
The '''8088''' is a version with an external 8-bit data bus, notable as the processor used in the original IBM PC design.
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The '''80186''' is an improved version designed for embedded systems that adds a number of instructions, as well as hardware features like clock generator, interrupt controller, timers, wait state generator, DMA channels, and external chip select lines.  The '''80188''' is the same with an external 8-bit data bus.
  
 
==Links==
 
==Links==
 
* [[wikipedia:Intel 8086|Intel 8086 @ Wikipedia]]
 
* [[wikipedia:Intel 8086|Intel 8086 @ Wikipedia]]
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* [[wikipedia:Intel 80186|Intel 80186 @ Wikipedia]]
 
[[File:Intel 8086 8088.png|thumb|350px|right|Pinouts (click to enlarge)]]
 
[[File:Intel 8086 8088.png|thumb|350px|right|Pinouts (click to enlarge)]]
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==Used in==
 
==Used in==
 
* [[1240]] (8088)
 
* [[1240]] (8088)
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* [[2220]]/[[2221]]/[[2230]]/[[2246]] (8088)
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* [[2232]] (80C188)
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* [[2245A]] (80188)
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* [[4114]], [[4115]]
 
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[[Category:Microprocessors]]
 
[[Category:Microprocessors]]
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[[Category:Introduced in 1978]]

Latest revision as of 06:41, 10 April 2022

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The Intel 8086 is a 16-bit microprocessor introduced in 1978.

The 8088 is a version with an external 8-bit data bus, notable as the processor used in the original IBM PC design.

The 80186 is an improved version designed for embedded systems that adds a number of instructions, as well as hardware features like clock generator, interrupt controller, timers, wait state generator, DMA channels, and external chip select lines. The 80188 is the same with an external 8-bit data bus.

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Used in

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