|98-153B_Intel_8080_Microcomputer_Systems_Users_Manual_197509.pdf||In December 1973 Intel shipped the first 8-bit, N-channel microprocessor,
the 8080. Since then it has become the most widely used microprocessor in
the industry. Applications of the 8080 span from large, intelligent systems
terminals to decompression computers for deep sea divers.
This 8080 Microcomputer Systems User's Manual presents all of the
8080 system components. Over twenty-five devices are described in detail.
These new devices further enhance the 8080 system:
8080A - 8-Bit Central Processor Unit
Functionally and Electrically Compatible with the 8080.
TTL Drive Capability.
8224 - Clock Generator for 8080A.
Single 16 Pin (DIP) Package.
Auxiliary Timing Functions.
8228 - System Controller for 8080A.
Single 28 Pin (DIP) Package.
Single Interrupt Vector (RST 7) .
. Multi-Byte Interrupt Instruction Capab|