Intel MCS-96

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Intel 8096
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Intel P8096 with 68 pins
Production: 1982 to 2007
Producer: Intel
Processor clock: 12 MHz
Instruction set : 16 bit
  • 48-pin DIP
  • 68-pin

MCS-96 is the name of a 1982 by Intel introduced family of 16-bit - microcontrollers . It consists of the basic types 8094, 8095, 8096, 8097 and 8098. A special feature of this family is a register architecture in which the CPU can work equally well on all registers of a register bank without the accumulator as a bottleneck.

MCS-96 microcontrollers are available in 48-pin or 68-pin housing, with or without A / D converter and with 8 Kbytes or without read-only memory (8 0 9x without ROM, 8 3 9x with ROM ; 8 7 9x with EPROM ). All versions have a serial interface including a clock generator.

Type 48 pin 68 pin
without A / D converter, 16-bit data bus 8094/8394/8794 8096/8396/8796
with A / D converter, 16-bit data bus 8095/8395/8795 8097/8397/8797
with A / D converter, 8-bit data bus 8098/8398/8798

8x196 / 8xC196 family

Later, Intel brought out the 8XC196 series, which brought the MCS-96 family the breakthrough. There were several subfamilies in the 80XC196 family:

  • HSIO (High Speed ​​I / O) with the controllers 8XC196KB, KC and KD with ADC and an optional PTS (Peripheral Transaction Server), a kind of DMA controller
  • EPA (Event Processor Array) with the controllers 8XC196KR, KT, NT and NP with up to 1 MB external memory and various serial buses
  • MC (Motion Control) with the controllers 8XC196MC and MD with 3-phase waveform generator
Intel 83C196KB

Literature and data sheets

Individual evidence

  1. 196 Microcontroller Family Fact Sheet , Intel, February 1994.

Web links

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