Similar!!! I have built 8051 systems... and I have built 8085 systemsIan Rogers, the same circutiry will ot work with 8051 and 8085, the 8085 has no built in i/o. the 8051 is an industrial controller, the 8085 is a genreal purpose micro processor. it was used in the trs80 model 100 portable computer. the language is quite similar, based on the roigional 8080 processor.
You can run the 8051 as an 8085... The 8051 has an external address bus and is multiplexed with the data bus.. just like the 8085... I have two circuits and they look the same...alfacliff said:the same, excdept you have to decode all the addresses and data lines. you have to demultiplex the data to where it goes, unlike the 8051 whitch has pins for 8 bit i/o lines
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