Pins and signals , Electrical Engineering

Pins  and Signals

As  discussed  earlier that  8085  microprocessor  chip has 40 pins shown  various  pins  and signals of 8085  microprocessor. All  these  signals can be   classified  into  followings  groups:

a.Higher  order Address Bus

b.Multiplexed Address data bus

c.Control signals

d.Status signals

e.Power  supply  and clock  frequency

f.Interrupt signals

g.Other  externally  initiated signals

h.Serial  input output  ports

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                                        Figure Pins  and Signals of 8085 Microprocessor

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