Intel 8085


Also found in: Wikipedia.

Intel 8085

(processor)
A microprocessor intended to be an improved Intel 8080, as was the Zilog Z80.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Instead of jumping straight into Core i7, you should start by looking into programming the 8-bit Intel 8085 processor.
Flags, such as the parity, zero, sign, carry, and auxiliary-carry in the INTEL 8085 microprocessor, are altered by many of the processors' op-codes [5].
A sample CSECT for an INTEL 8085 microprocessor was run with the flag optimization activated, and the following figures show the results.
Intel provided similar rights to Sandia in the 1980s for the Intel 8085 and 8051 microcontrollers.