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Publication Date: 09/1/2012
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Rochester: New/Old Legacy ICs
Newly manufactured legacy IC.
Newburyport, MA — Rochester Electronics has continued to manufacture AMD's 80C188 commercial grade 16-Bit microcontrollers in a 68-pin PLCC package. The 80C188 is available in any original AMD package and speed option. The company can also manufacture a lead-free version, which is suitable for newer applications that require up-to-date environmental standards including RoHS.
The 80C188 microcontroller is the redesigned CMOS version of the original 80188, which was introduced in 1982. The 80188's enhancements included DRAM refresh, a power-save mode, and a direct interface to the 8087 or 80187 floating-point numeric coprocessor. The 80C188 has an 8-bit external data bus, instead of 16-bit on the 80C186, making it less expensive to connect to peripherals. The 80C188 is otherwise very similar to the 80C186, and has a throughput of 1 million instructions per second.
Rochester continues to manufacture the 80C188 semiconductor with the full authorization of AMD. The 80C188 lead-free version is a more viable option for customers who must meet applications with the latest technological standards and environmental requirements.
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