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Computers: Self-contained microcomputers ease system implementation: The user gets a microprocessor, memory, built-in software, a power supply, and input-output circuits so he can program his own hardware

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The engineer who designs microprocessor-based equipment sooner or later must bring software and hardware together into a working system. For many, a self-contained microcomputer, like those listed on the next two pages, may be the most effective means to achieve design goals. These development systems provide the user with a microprocessor, memory, built-in software, a power supply, and input-output circuits so he can program hardware that looks very much like the final product he intends to build.

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Spectrum, IEEE  (Volume:11 ,  Issue: 12 )

Date of Publication:

Dec. 1974

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