single-chip computer

single-chip computer

[′siŋ·gəl ¦chip kəm′pyüd·ər]
(computer science)
A computer whose processor consists of a single integrated circuit.
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It has an on-board single-chip computer for recording, analyzing, and archiving readings, and wireless communications to transfer data in real time to a host computer.
It has an on-board single-chip computer for recording, analyzing and archiving readings, and wireless communications capability which can transfer data in real time to a host computer.
A microcontroller can be broadly described as a single-chip computer. They are small and complete with their own Central Processing Unit, memory storage, and I/O ports.
Soon after, they started making development tools to help programmers utilize inexpensive single-chip computers. In 1990 Parallax released Microchip's first 3rd party PIC Programmer.

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