Balancer> По двум точкам можно провести сколько угодно кривых.
Ы, Ром, я понимаю, что обидно, но... дык из истории микропроцессоров:
Intel 4004 — November 1971. http://www.hofstra.edu/pdf/CompHist_9812tla6.PDF
TMS 1000 — went commercial in 1974. The Chip Collection - STATE OF THE ART - Smithsonian Institution
Pico/General Instrument a complete single chip calculator IC for the Monroe/Litton Royal Digital III calculatorб 1971. PICO1/GI250
CADC для F-14 — This system contained "a 20-bit, pipelined, parallel multi-microprocessor". 1970.
Four-Phase Systems AL1
The Four-Phase Systems AL1 was an 8-bit bit slice chip containing eight registers and an ALU. It was designed by Lee Boysel in 1969. At the time, it formed part of a nine-chip, 24-bit CPU with three AL1s, but it was later called a microprocessor when, in response to 1990s litigation by Texas Instruments, a demonstration system was constructed where a single AL1 formed part of a courtroom demonstration computer system, together with RAM, ROM, and an input-output device.
1972 by the Intel 8008, the world's first 8-bit microprocessor
Zilog Z80 (1976)
Intel 8080 (1974)
(WDC) introduced the CMOS 65C02 in 1982
Motorola introduced the MC6809 in 1978
The Signetics 2650, was a very early (1975) 8-bit microprocessor
A seminal microprocessor in the world of spaceflight was RCA's RCA 1802 (aka CDP1802, RCA COSMAC) (introduced in 1976), which was used onboard the Galileo probe to Jupiter (launched 1989, arrived 1995).
Блин, а я и не знал про это?
RCA COSMAC was the first to implement CMOS technology. The CDP1802 was used because it could be run at very low power, and because a variant was available fabricated using a special production process (Silicon on Sapphire), providing much better protection against cosmic radiation and electrostatic discharges than that of any other processor of the era. Thus, the SOS version of the 1802 was said to be the first radiation-hardened microprocessor.
The RCA 1802 had what is called a static design, meaning that the clock frequency could be made arbitrarily low, even to 0 Hz, a total stop condition. This let the Galileo spacecraft use minimum electric power for long uneventful stretches of a voyage. Timers and/or sensors would awaken/improve the performance of the processor in time for important tasks, such as navigation updates, attitude control, data acquisition, and radio communication.
The Intersil 6100 family consisted of a 12-bit microprocessor (the 6100)б mid-1970s
Ы, тоже новости — Since it was also produced by Harris Corporation, it was also known as the Harris HM-6100. By virtue of its CMOS technology and associated benefits, the 6100 was being incorporated into some military designs until the early 1980s.
The first multi-chip 16-bit microprocessor was the National Semiconductor IMP-16, introduced in early 1973. An 8-bit version of the chipset was introduced in 1974 as the IMP-8.
The most significant of the 32-bit designs is the MC68000, introduced in 1979.
The world's first single-chip fully-32-bit microprocessor, with 32-bit data paths, 32-bit buses, and 32-bit addresses, was the AT&T Bell Labs BELLMAC-32A, with first samples in 1980, and general production in 1982
То, что был выбран был The FX-700P uses a microprocessor HD61913A01 with internal program ROM, built in LCD driver and keyboard controller. The microprocessor can communicate with external data memory and peripherals through a bi-directional 4-bit bus.
Заметь, на одном чипе.
Думаю, что Клапауцию будет интересно — Calculator Time-line
Вот забавная вещица — Sharp PC1211/Tandy TRS80 PC1
— с той же ссылки, что и выше.
А здесь даже советские упомянуты — History of Calculators - Timeline