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  Motorola XC6800B, Engineering Sample
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The Motorola 6800 Processor
The 6800 processor was released by Motorola in 1974, shortly after the Intel 8080. It was the basic for Motorola's entrance into the microprocessor market. Like the Intel 8080 it was designed as an enhancement of the Intel 8008 but is not technically based on it.
Motorola XC6800B, Engineering Sample
Motorola XC6800B, Engineering Sample Top Side
Motorola XC6800B, Engineering Sample Back Side
This chip is an engineering sample, in the early days Motorola used XC prefix for engineering prototypes, this prefix was changed to "PC" for more recent processor families. The standard version is the MC6800.
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Core Frequency:1 MHz
Board Frequency:1 MHz
Data bus (ext.):8 Bit
Address bus:8 Bit
Voltage:5 V
Introduced:August 1974
Manufactured:week 16/1974
Package Type:Ceramic
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