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@cchandansjce • 15 Aug, 2011
Hi guys ,
plz post any material or link for "applications of 8086 microprocessor " ...... waiting for reply......
@andenagaveni24 • 15 Aug, 2011 one of the most important applications of 8086 microprocessor is in embedded systems
@Ankita Katdare • 15 Aug, 2011 Enabling the construction of general-purpose computers that are much smaller, less expensive, more powerful, and more energy efficient than their less integrated historical counterparts is only one side of the transformative story of the microprocessor.

Microprocessors have also revolutionized many technologies and products by making it possible to put a computer into thousands of items that were traditionally not computer-related. These include large and small household appliances, cars (and their accessory equipment units), carkeys, tools and test instruments, toys, lightswitches/dimmers and electrical circuit breakers, smoke alarms, battery packs, and hi-fi audio/visual components (from DVD players to phonograph turntables.)
@narayana murthy • 15 Aug, 2011 in controlling operations

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