Z380

Z380

A 16-bit version of the Z80 microprocessor from Zilog Corporation.
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The GPTC is working on guidance material to incorporate into the "GPTC Guide for Gas Transmission and Distribution Piping Systems (ANSI Z380.
developer of the benchmark Z80, today announced the availability of ANSI C and DSP-C extension support for the Z380 family, as well as the Z893XX family of general-purpose DSPs and the Z8Plus family of microcontrollers.
This includes the Z380 family, as well as the Z893XX family of general-purpose DSPs and the Z8Plus family of microcontrollers.
The Z382 device is based on the powerful 16/32-bit Z380 CPU core and integrates a number of peripheral functions.
Note to Editors: Z380 and Superintegration are trademarks of Zilog, Inc.
The 20 MHz Z380 architecture, featuring fast context switching via four register banks, allows the Z382 processor to rapidly respond to interrupts when switching among tasks.
Z80/180 customers can easily port their existing designs to the code-compatible Z380 code without discarding their investment in code development.
Note to Editors: Z180, Z380, and Superintegration are trademarks and Z80 is a registered trademark of Zilog, Inc.
The Z80 MPU family and its extended family members, the Z180 MPU series and the 16/32-bit Z380, provide embedded control in a large variety of products such as games, printers, modems, faxes, personal digital assistants (PDAs), communications equipment and wireless telephones.
The Z380 features four 32-bit-wide register banks to facilitate the fast context switching required for embedded control applications and executes most instructions in two clock cycles.