National Semi 1975 IMP-The Modular Concept for Microprocessors from 4 to 16 bitsDF525
National Semiconductor 1975 IMP: The Modular Concept for Microprocessors from 4 bits to 16 bits
Discover the roots of microprocessors with this rare find! Up for sale is the "National Semiconductor 1975 IMP: The Modular Concept for Microprocessors from 4 bits to 16 bits" color technical brochure. This vintage piece of computing history is a must-have for collectors, tech enthusiasts, and historians alike.
This brochure delves into the modular concept of microprocessors, covering a wide range from 4 bits to 16 bits. Inside, you'll find detailed insights into the early days of microprocessor development and design, making it an invaluable resource for anyone interested in the evolution of computing technology.
Approx. Dimensions: 11" T x 8-1/2" W
Sold as is. No warranty from seller. No Returns.
CONDITION NOTE: Used, and in excellent condition given its age. This manual does not have any visible wear, bent pages, markings, or tears that I could see (see pictures). There is some slight discoloration from age around the edges. See full description and all detailed pictures (zoom-able) to know what you are purchasing.
Short Background on the Company:
National Semiconductor, founded in 1959, was a prominent American semiconductor manufacturer based in Santa Clara, California. The company played a crucial role in the development of analog and mixed-signal integrated circuits, as well as pioneering the development of early microprocessors. Their products were widely used in a variety of applications, including industrial, consumer, and military electronics.
This PACE Logic Designers Guide is a testament to National Semiconductor's commitment to providing valuable technical resources to engineers and designers during a pivotal period in the history of electronics. The guide showcases their dedication to advancing digital logic technology, making it a valuable piece of history for collectors and enthusiasts alike.