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Intel
SDK-85

Each time Intel launched a new microprocessor, they provided simultaneously a System Development Kit (SDK) allowing computer company ingineers as well as university students to introduce them to the new processor concepts and features.

The SDK-85 was a complete 8085A (5 for 'first 5 Volt microprocessor') microcomputer system on a single board including ROM and RAM memory, a 24 key hexadecimal keyboard, a 6 digit LED display, I/O connections and an expansion area allowing memory and I/O expansions as well as hardware experiments.

A 2 KB monitor software provided the same commands as the SDK-86 board. User could enter and read program results through either the buit-in keyboard/display or using a serial Teletype through the built-in serial TTY interface. A 38 lines parallel interface was also available.

A large set of manuals were delivered with the board: MCS-85 (processor) and SDK-85 (board) user manuals, 8085 Assembly Language Programming Manual, full circuit schematics of the PCB, a full dump of the ROM monitor program, programming examples and application notes.

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I am interested in the Intel MAT 385 Give me a contact number

          
Saturday 21st January 2012
Ben Powell

I have :
SDK-85 Users Man Feb 1980
Any one need it e-mail me : mustafa1702@hotamil.com

          
Saturday 25th October 2008
Mustafa

If you check out the ad, you can be sure that this was not a dual-core processor... :)

          
Thursday 1st November 2007
PeriSoft (Ithaca, NY)
perisoft.org

 

NAME  SDK-85
MANUFACTURER  Intel
TYPE  Professional Computer
ORIGIN  U.S.A.
YEAR  1977
BUILT IN LANGUAGE  Monitor in ROM
KEYBOARD  24 key hexadecimal with monitor command keys
CPU  8085A
SPEED  3 MHz. 1.3 µs. instruction cycle
CO-PROCESSOR  None
RAM  256 bytes expandable to 512 bytes
VRAM  None
ROM  2 KB
SIZE / WEIGHT  30.5 (W) x 25.7 (D) x 1.3 (H) cm.
I/O PORTS  Parallel (38 lines expandable to 76 lines) , Serial 110 baud
BUILT IN MEDIA  None
OS  Monitor in ROM
POWER SUPPLY  External 5V/12V power supply unit
PERIPHERALS  expansion area on board
PRICE  Unknown


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