Importance of microprocessor , Electrical Engineering

Importance of  Microprocessor

Now few  questions  may arise in one  mind that  when  advance processor  like  Pentium IV are available  in market why  we are learning 8035 microprocessor. Similarly why to  learn  machine  language and assembly language ( required to program 8035 microprocessor ) when  high  level language like C objects oriented languages C++ java  and 4GLlike  visual Basic  visual C++ are available in the world  of software  development.

The answer  of all  these  question sis that microprocessor / microcontrollers are not  used only in computer  systems  but may  be used in many other applications and devices used in  our daily life like  programmable  washing machines pockets  calculators televisions  VCD/ DVD players  digital  watches  digital  still / video cameras  talking  doll  and other  toys to large  application  power systems  protection and  many other control applications few are discussed in followings  article. For  such applications use of advanced microprocessors may be  costly  affair, hence  smaller  processors  like 8085 or microcontrollers  with limited  features may be more  suitable and  effective.

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