Part 66 module 5 Microprocessors.
Chapter 5/15: Logic Circuits (page 5.1 to 5.10).
Chapter 6/15: Basic Computer Structure (page 6.1 to 6.14).
Chapter 7/15: Microprocessors (page 7.1 to 7.8).
Chapter 8/15: Integrated Circuits (page 8.1 to 8.12).
Chapter 9/15: Multiplexing (page 9.1 to 9.8).
Digital Techniques, Electronic Instrument Systems (5584 Questions)
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As previously stated, a microprocessor is nothing more than a Central Processing Unit (CPU) contained on a single integrated circuit (IC or “chip”). The microprocessor is essentially the “brains” of the computer that interfaces with the memory and I/O devices. It retrieves and processes instructions and coordinates the flow of data throughout the computer part 66 module 5 book. It performs math and logic calculations and sends data to/from memory and other storage devices.
The Boeing 777 uses 32-bit Motorola MC68000 chips running at clock speeds of 20 Mhz. Figure 7-1 (left) is a MC68000 wafer die with feature part 66 module 5 book sizes shown as small as 35 microns (a micron is one part 66 module 5 book millionth of a meter). On the right, is the microprocessor wafer die mounted on a lead frame package ready to plug into a receptacle socket on the motherboard.