6 µm process
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Products featuring 6 µm manufacturing process
- Toshiba TLCS-12, a microprocessor developed for the Ford EEC (Electronic Engine Control) system in 1973. It was manufactured on a 6 µm process, and went into mass production in 1975.
- Intel 8080 CPU launched in 1974 was manufactured using this process.
- Zilog Z80 launched 1976 was manufactured in 5 µm and 4 µm.[circular reference]
- The Television Interface Adaptor, the custom graphics and audio chip developed for the Atari 2600 in 1977. It was designed for a 6 µm process.
- MOS Technology SID, a programmable sound generator developed for the Commodore 64 in 1982. It was designed for a 7 µm and 6 µm process.
- MOS Technology VIC-II, a video display controller developed for the Commodore 64 in 1982. It was designed for a 5 µm process.
- Mueller, S (2006-07-21). "Microprocessors from 1971 to the Present". informIT. Retrieved 2012-05-11.
- Myslewski, R (2011-11-15). "Happy 40th birthday, Intel 4004!". TheRegister.
- "1973: 12-bit engine-control microprocessor (Toshiba)" (PDF). Semiconductor History Museum of Japan. Retrieved 27 June 2019.
- See Transistor count and Zilog Z80.
- "Design case history: the Commodore 64" (PDF). IEEE Spectrum. Retrieved 1 September 2019.
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