Microprocessor

Microprocessor,

Definition of Microprocessor:

  1. An integrated circuit that contains all the functions of a central processing unit of a computer.

  2. Central processing unit (CPU) on a single silicon chip (called microchip) that can be soft wired by using different programming instructions. When coupled with memory and input-output devices, a microprocessor becomes a microcomputer. Intel 4004, one of the earliest microprocessors, had a 4-bit data bus and could address 4.5 kilobytes of memory. The first mass produced microprocessor was Intel 8080 that in 1973 cost about $400.

How to use Microprocessor in a sentence?

  1. Having a good microprocessor will allow your computer to run much faster and get you the data you need quickly.
  2. Having a good microprocessor will allow your computer to run much faster and get you the data you need quickly.
  3. Logic circuits are wired together on silicon chips to make microprocessors and computers.
  4. I worked at Best Buy, so I had to learn a lot of different things about technology, like what a microprocessor was.

Meaning of Microprocessor & Microprocessor Definition