microprocessing unit

microprocessing unit

[¦mī·krō′prä‚ses·iŋ ‚yü·nət]
(electronics)
A microprocessor with its external memory, input/output interface devices, and buffer, clock, and driver circuits. Abbreviated MPU.
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The built-in microprocessing unit automatically analyzes the charge and type of battery it is connected to.
For example, it was important that the system be a microprocessing unit.
Sony and Toshiba, which will jointly develop and produce next-generation microprocessing units for broadband communications equipment, have greatly increased investments.
The price reductions reflect lower prices in microprocessing units by microchip makers, including Intel Corp.
The new owners plan to make Britain the head of their microprocessing units, but will retain their foreign management.