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someone tell me that how we identify that micro controller is 8 bit or 16 bit
It's like saying "They make passage ways, and you can observe them crawling all over the place".someone tell me that how we identify that micro controller is 8 bit or 16 bit
Maybe you can tell us how you think someone will be able to tell you if it is 8 or 16bit?
If you expect an answer then you need to provide at least some information.
Number of bits are up to you the designer. You can have 2 bits, 4 bits, 8, 16. 32, 64.......I am student I am planning to design 8 bit controller on computer but solid confused where to start I have little knowledge about controller
cpu + memory
where cpu make with alu and control unit
cpu=alu + control unit
ALU =arithmetic + logic unit
logic unit= and gate , or gate , nand gate and so on...
and above all make with transistor and other.......
now I know how controller make but I don't have idea how to arrange the all part of controller example I know I want to make 8 bit controller but don't know following
1) how many bit are required to make CPU
2) how many bit are required to make ALU
3) how many bit are required to make decoder
I just want to hint how to decide bit for every part of controller
ok check out my specification
controller 8 bit
CPU 8 bit
ALU 8 bit
is it correct?
what about decoder what should be it
what happened I need more information please check out specification
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by Jake Hertz
by Jake Hertz