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  • Microprocessors in Formula 1 Racing A personal story of Intel Fellow Karl Kempf talking about how chips were first used in F1 racing cars and how now they are at the core of shaving seconds, even minutes off of professional driving competitions. For more on Intel IDF:
  • Microprocessor Based Motorized Window Blinds Controller I designed and built this window blinds controller to automatically open my blinds in the morning and close them in the evening. The entire project can be built for less than $15.00. There is also an option to allow me to open and close my blinds using my TV remote control. This project was featured on MAKE zine and Instructables.
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  • Microprocessor Marketing Wars [Recorded November 20, 2009] Ever since the launch of the 4004 microprocessor in 1971, AMD, IBM, Intel, MIPS, Motorola, National, Sun, Texas Instruments, Zilog and many other major corporations have fought epic marketing wars to establish their chips as the engines of choice for multiple generations of computers. There were battles over technical specifications, performance benchmarks, software architectures, RISC, 32 bits, and much more. Over the years, the fight shifted from one for hardware design engineers hearts and minds to a battle for those of the computer companies CEOs', and ultimately, for those of the consumers themselves. This combative environment drove the evolution of spec-based to brand-based microprocessor marketing. This panel discussion focuses on how the marketing of microprocessors changed as the semiconductor industry grew at unprecedented rates during the 1970s thru the 1990s. Learn about the events and the decisions that shaped the both the semiconductor and computing industries. Wonder at how annual chip marketing budgets ballooned from $100000 to over $1Billion in less than 20 years. The panelists and moderator for this session were all protagonists in these microprocessor marketing wars at three of the major players: AMD, Intel and Motorola. - Jack Browne: Hi End Microprocessor Marketing Manager, Motorola, 1981-1992 - Dave House: Intel SVP - General Mgr, Microprocessor business, 1978-81, 1982-91 - Claude Leglise: Intel 8086-8088-286-386-486 ...
  • Intel Demos World's First 32nm Microprocessor Intel VP Steve Smith shows the first working microprocessor built with 32 nanometer technology, code named Westmere. He demonstrates new Intel 32nm processors running on test systems from Intel's performance lab.
  • UPDATED! Computer+Microprocessor Controlled Washing Machine We've updated my brother's (steeeven1's) computer-controlled washing machine! =D Originally it could only do 8 different speeds, and in 1 direction. Now it can do 1000 different speeds - 500 in either direction! (This also means we can smoothly fade between speeds.) It no longer buzzes or 'whines' as the motor turns! It's now pulsed at 32000 Hz, well above the hearing range of humans. The result: A quiter and smooth-sounding motor. It now is also more self-contained, running off a normal 9V battery and a 9.6V NiCd remote-controlled vehicle battery. Prevoiusly it needed its own power supply unit (transformer). Instead of a simple circuit, it is now controlled via 2 circuit boards, by the computer. The first circuit board is a microcontroller which takes commands from the computer, and gives them to the motor speed controller. The microcontroller is able to do fancy fades between speeds with only 1 command from the computer, and to maintain these speeds without the computer constantly re-sending the requests. This takes a lot of pressure off the computer (washing machine doesn't 'freeze' if another program is busy on the computer, and there is less CPU usage). The microcontroller uses the 9V battery, and the motor speed controller uses the NiCd battery for itself and the motor. The boards used are the 'SSC-32' (32-channel microcontroller) and the 'SyRen 10' (10-amp single motor speed controller). You can find these on . - - - - ! ! ! ! ! - - - - Sorry, this ...
  • World's Fastest microprocessor ever built IBM has launched the fastest microprocessor ever build; details here:
  • Intel 4004 Microprocessor 35th Anniversary [Recorded Nov 13, 2006] The Computer History Museum and the Intel Museum mark the 35th anniversary of one of the most important products in technology history. Introduced in November 1971, the Intel® 4004 microprocessor was an early and significant commercial product to embody computer architecture within a silicon device. And it started an electronics revolution that changed our world. There were no customer-programmable microprocessors on the market before the 4004. It was the first and it was the enabling technology that propelled software into the limelight as a key player in the world of digital electronics design. Intel, which had been making memory chips, used the 4004 as a technical and marketing launch pad to develop an expertise in microprocessors that, in quick time, made it a market leader. This strategy allowed it to emerge as the most influential designer and producer of microprocessors—the engine of the information age—for over three decades. In celebration of this milestone anniversary and the November 15, 2006 opening of Intel Museum's new exhibit entitled, "The Intel 4004 Microprocessor ," Intel 4004 designers Ted Hoff and Federico Faggin take center stage with an historical perspective on the evolution of the 4004, from a special-order from Japanese calculator manufacturer Busicom, to a mass-produced device. Additionally, Tim McNerney, who assembled and led a talented team of engineers and designers to create the Intel 4004 35th anniversary exhibit with ...
  • Ted Hoff - Inventor of the Microprocessor Interview with Dr. Marcian "Ted" Hoff, Science Talent Search finalist 1954, Intel's first Fellow, and inventor of the microprocessor.
  • Microprocessors and Software, 1977 TV news report from KOB-TV in Spring, 1977. Includes maybe the first ever TV interview with Bill Gates. When I was 22, I worked at a TV station in Albuquerque, processing news film and editing videotape. Occasionally, I'd do on-air stories. The first personal computer kit had been introduced by a local company, MITS, and Albuquerque was home to the first computer store. A small company called Micro-soft opened up shop to write software for these new machines, and I did a series of news stories about the news industry that began just up the street from me. So, when I visited Micro-soft (it had a dash in the name at the time), I spoke to Bill Gates. We were both 22. His comments, and the other interviews, were prophetic about the future of software stores and illegal program copying at a time before most people even considered having a computer in their home. This is not an "aircheck," so it lacks name supers, and I don;t remember the names of the other guys I interviewed. I found this old 3/4" videotape in the basement and thought I'd share it. Henry Birdseye www.henrybirdseye.tv
  • NYC amputee demonstrates the Ossur Proprio microprocessor ankle with EVO Foot NYC below the knee amputee demonstrates the Ossur Proprio microprocessor ankle with EVO foot.. This prosthesis is designed to transform the approach to stairs and slopes, as well as level-ground walking. Socket custom designed by Prosthetics in Motion. Prosthetics in Motion is located in the Heart of New York City. Prosthetics in Motion is dedicated to providing above knee and below knee amputees with the best in prosthetic legs, prosthetic arms, finger prosthesis, leg prosthetics, prosthetic feet and prosthetic hands. Our staff specializes in c-legs, i-Limb, flex foot, Dynamic Arm. Otto Bock, Ossur and custom prosthetics.
  • Microprocessor Lecture 1 Microprocessor Systems Lecture 1 - Dr. Michael Brady, School of Computer Science and Statistics. Microprocessor Systems 1 is a one-semester course taken by third year Electronic, Electronic/Computer and Computer Engineering students. It covers the Instruction Set Architecture (ISA) of a typical microprocessor- based computer, the Motorola MC68000, and equips students with a knowledge of the architecture, the associated assembly language, input/output programming techniques, exceptions (including interrupts) and exception-handling techniques. The module concludes with a simple introduction to the bus and instruction timing estimation. This course is intended to enable students to design and develop programmes and programme 'architectures', to test and debug programs and to ***yse and modify their execution behaviour, based on a thorough familiarity with the low-level architecture of a computer. Concepts such as RISC/CISC architectures, register sets, addressing modes, data structures, subroutines, [informal] high-level to low-level language translation techniques, polling, interrupt priorities, asynchronous producer-consumer systems are introduced.
  • The Microprocessor - Shaping our World We won a free trip to the history fair nationals in COLLEGE PARK MARYLAND from DC in 2001 (we were 15)! Ignore the horrible inaccuracies... the judges sure did.
  • 45nm...What Does It Mean? Intel's new 45nm Penryn microprocessor relies on a new recipe that combines the element Hafnium and metal gate technology to increase performance and significantly reduce eco-unfriendly, wasteful electricity leaks. But what does that mean? Note: A viewer alerted us to a mistake, so this is the updated version . Originally posted November 11, the video was viewed by more than 12000 times, favorited 20 times and 26 comments as of January 25, 2008. We apologize for any inconvenience.
  • Microprocessor - Lecture 11 Microprocessor Systems Lecture 11 - Dr. Michael Brady, School of Computer Science and Statistics. Microprocessor Systems 1 is a one-semester course taken by third year Electronic, Electronic/Computer and Computer Engineering students. It covers the Instruction Set Architecture (ISA) of a typical microprocessor- based computer, the Motorola MC68000, and equips students with a knowledge of the architecture, the associated assembly language, input/output programming techniques, exceptions (including interrupts) and exception-handling techniques. The module concludes with a simple introduction to the bus and instruction timing estimation. This course is intended to enable students to design and develop programmes and programme 'architectures', to test and debug programs and to ***yse and modify their execution behaviour, based on a thorough familiarity with the low-level architecture of a computer. Concepts such as RISC/CISC architectures, register sets, addressing modes, data structures, subroutines, [informal] high-level to low-level language translation techniques, polling, interrupt priorities, asynchronous producer-consumer systems are introduced.
  • Microprocessors 3/3 - BBC Horizon 1978 Documentary (BBC 1978) on the computer revolution and its most important component, the microprocessor.
  • Intel Museum - How Microprocessors Work #1 2 + 3 = 5
  • Microprocessor clocking rate microchip The "brain" of a personal computer is a microprocessor, or a CPU (Central Processing Unit). The microprocessor performs the calculations and data processing and, as a rule, is the most expensive chip of entire computer. In all PC-compatible computers, processors that support the Intel family chips are used. However, they are manufactured and designed not only by the Intel itself, but by other companies also, such as AMD, Cyrix, IDT, and Rise Technologies.
  • How to Make a Microprocessor This is a live demonstration from the 2008 Royal Institution Christmas Lectures illustrating the concept of photo reduction, by projecting the initials of a volunteer onto a grain of rice. This technique forms the basis for photolithography which is used to manufacture microprocessors. You can watch the 2008 Royal Institution Christmas Lectures in full at: or by visiting the Royal Institution web site. There is a dedicated web site to accompany the 2008 Christmas Lectures, with ten interactive games as well as downloadable PDF instructions for experiments which can be conducted at home or at school:
  • Microprocessor Lecture 2 Microprocessor Systems Lecture 2 - Dr. Michael Brady, School of Computer Science and Statistics. Microprocessor Systems 1 is a one-semester course taken by third year Electronic, Electronic/Computer and Computer Engineering students. It covers the Instruction Set Architecture (ISA) of a typical microprocessor- based computer, the Motorola MC68000, and equips students with a knowledge of the architecture, the associated assembly language, input/output programming techniques, exceptions (including interrupts) and exception-handling techniques. The module concludes with a simple introduction to the bus and instruction timing estimation. This course is intended to enable students to design and develop programmes and programme 'architectures', to test and debug programs and to ***yse and modify their execution behaviour, based on a thorough familiarity with the low-level architecture of a computer. Concepts such as RISC/CISC architectures, register sets, addressing modes, data structures, subroutines, [informal] high-level to low-level language translation techniques, polling, interrupt priorities, asynchronous producer-consumer systems are introduced.
  • Microprocessors 1/3 - BBC Horizon 1978 Documentary (BBC 1978) on the computer revolution and its most important component, the microprocessor.
  • Microprocessor.mov How does a microprocessor work.
  • Our Microprocessors project after staying in the lab for 3 days we finally managed to get it to work :D:D
  • Have You Ever Held a Microprocessor? - CES 2008 Visitors to the Intel Booth at CES 2008 were given the chance to take a close look at the Intel Core 2 Duo microprocessor.
  • Ted Hoff Inventor of the Microprocessor Learn how business works directly from groundbreaking entrepreneurs and business leaders. This episode features Ted Hoff who invented the computer-on-a-chip microprocessor in 1968 which came on the market as the Intel 4004 in 1971, starting the microcomputer industry. Presented by UC Berkeleys College of Engineering's Center for Entrepreneurship. Series: Distinguished Innovator Lectures [3/2010] [Business] [Show ID: 17347]
  • Computer Software & Setup : What Is a Microprocessor? A microprocessor is the central processing unit on a computer and is a chip embedded on the system's motherboard. Learn more about what a microprocessor is and how it handles all the mathematical and logical calculations on a computer with tips from an IT and computer specialist in this free video on computer technology. Expert: Robert Vicencio Bio: Robert Vicencio has worked in information technology (IT) for over 15 years. Filmmaker: sean salazar
  • Computer Tech Solutions : How Does a Microprocessor Work? A microprocessor works by a series of inputs, outputs and memory, as it consists of a control unit, registers and the ALU, which does the math for the computer. Understand a microprocessor with information from an experienced software developer in this free video on computers.
  • the history of microprocessors this is a short clip about the history of microprocessors for a school project
  • Future Evolution of High-Performance Microprocessors September 27, 2006 lecture by Norm Jouppi for the Stanford University Computer Systems Colloquium (EE 380). The evolution of high-performance microprocessors has recently gone through a significant inflection point; such issues will be discussed, as well as the likely future of high performance microprocessors. EE 380 | Computer Systems Colloquium: www.stanford.edu Stanford Computer Systems Laboratory: csl.stanford.edu Stanford Center for Professional Development: scpd.stanford.edu Stanford University Channel on YouTube:
  • Induction heater microprocessor control Resonant lock and tracking is done with a microprocessor. I can put in any coil or workpiece, and the software will find resonance and stay on it!
  • Microprocessor - Lecture 3 Microprocessor Systems Lecture 3 - Dr. Michael Brady, School of Computer Science and Statistics. Microprocessor Systems 1 is a one-semester course taken by third year Electronic, Electronic/Computer and Computer Engineering students. It covers the Instruction Set Architecture (ISA) of a typical microprocessor- based computer, the Motorola MC68000, and equips students with a knowledge of the architecture, the associated assembly language, input/output programming techniques, exceptions (including interrupts) and exception-handling techniques. The module concludes with a simple introduction to the bus and instruction timing estimation. This course is intended to enable students to design and develop programmes and programme 'architectures', to test and debug programs and to ***yse and modify their execution behaviour, based on a thorough familiarity with the low-level architecture of a computer. Concepts such as RISC/CISC architectures, register sets, addressing modes, data structures, subroutines, [informal] high-level to low-level language translation techniques, polling, interrupt priorities, asynchronous producer-consumer systems are introduced.
  • Microprocessor - Lecture 9 Microprocessor Systems Lecture 9 - Dr. Michael Brady, School of Computer Science and Statistics. Microprocessor Systems 1 is a one-semester course taken by third year Electronic, Electronic/Computer and Computer Engineering students. It covers the Instruction Set Architecture (ISA) of a typical microprocessor- based computer, the Motorola MC68000, and equips students with a knowledge of the architecture, the associated assembly language, input/output programming techniques, exceptions (including interrupts) and exception-handling techniques. The module concludes with a simple introduction to the bus and instruction timing estimation. This course is intended to enable students to design and develop programmes and programme 'architectures', to test and debug programs and to ***yse and modify their execution behaviour, based on a thorough familiarity with the low-level architecture of a computer. Concepts such as RISC/CISC architectures, register sets, addressing modes, data structures, subroutines, [informal] high-level to low-level language translation techniques, polling, interrupt priorities, asynchronous producer-consumer systems are introduced.
  • Microprocessor controlled LED array Had some LED's laying around. The simple homemade program loops and does random function with variable delay. Chip can do much more, but we just got this running for a quick demonstration. Small scale model, can be made huge. Can scroll text and output designs when increased in size.
  • Making First 32nm Microprocessor Sanjay Natarajan is an Intel rock star and director of logic technology development for the worlds first microprocessors built with 32 nanometer process, codenamed Westmere. Sanjay shares how Intel has reinvented the transistor again, improving upon Intels leading 45nm processor by creating smaller gate pitch and higher drive performance. He talks about using immersion lithography technique for the first time, and how different teams across Intel optimized new energy efficiency and performance features that will be available inside all new Intel Core microprocessors in 2010.
  • Intel Intellec 4 Microcomputer System - 4004 microprocessor Floyd Virginia & http 1-540-808-2880 [email protected] - PO box 179 Floyd,Virginia 24091---The 4004 was released on November 15, 1971.[2] Packaged in a 16-pin ceramic dual in-line package, the 4004 was the first commercially available computer processor designed and manufactured by chip maker Intel, which had previously made semiconductor memory chips. The chief designers of the chip were Federico Faggin and Ted Hoff of Intel, and Masatoshi Shima of Busicom (later of ZiLOG, founded by Faggin). Faggin, the sole chip designer among the engineers on the MCS-4 project, was the only one with experience in MOS random logic and circuit design. He also had the crucial knowledge of the new silicon gate process technology with self-aligned gates, which he had created at Fairchild in 1968. At Fairchild in 1968, Faggin also designed and manufactured the world's first commercial IC using SGT — the Fairchild 3708. As soon as he joined the Intel MOS Department he created a new random design methodology based on silicon gate, and contributed many technology and circuit design inventions that enabled a single chip microprocessor to become a reality for the first time. His methodology set the design style for all the early Intel microprocessors and later for the Zilog's Z80. He also led the MCS-4 project and was responsible for its successful outcome (1970-1971). Ted Hoff, head of the Application Research Department, contributed only the architectural proposal for Busicom working ...
  • Microprocessor Controlled Traffic Lights for a Street and a Pedestrian Crossing in Assembly Microprocessor controlled traffic light system is a microprocessor based electronics system that controls traffic lights for street pedestrian crossing. It consists of two car detecting sensors, a push button, a loudspeaker, green and red light on both sides of the road, for the pedestrians. It has a set of red, yellow and green lights, for the two lanes, whose main purpose is either to deny or set priority to the incoming cars.To achieve the different delays, I used a 16-bit time, that is to say, Timer1 in 16-bit Mode. Below is how a 1 second delay: ;********************************************* ;* ONE second delay from which different ;Delays are derived * ;* HUNDRED = 100, COUNT = -10000: 100X10000us = 1 sec * ; -10000D = FFFFD8F0H ; LOWCOUNT = 0F0H, HIGHCOUNT = 0D8H * ;******************************************* DELAY01SEC: MOV R7, #00H; reset R7 MOV R7, #HUNDRED ; move contents of HUNDRED to R7 LOOP01SEC: MOV TMOD, #010H ; Put timer 1 into mode 1 MOV TH1, #HIGHCOUNT ; move high byte of COUNT to timer1's high MOV TL1, #LOWCOUNT; move low byte of COUNT to timer1's low SETB EA; Enable interrupt SETB ET1; Set timer 0 bit SETB TR1; start the timer1 WAIT01SEC: JNB UTF1,WAIT01SEC ; wait for timer1 to overflow CLR UTF1; reset overflow flag CLR TR1; stop timer1 DJNZ R7, LOOP01SEC RET
  • Azhar Microprocessor Simulator Tutorial HD Tutorial for Azhar Microprocessor Simulator, the winning simulator at IEEE Computer Society Student Competition 2010. For more information: For contacting: [email protected]
  • TOCK! Nehalem microprocessor insights Intel Vice President Kirk Skaugen showcases Intel's upcoming Nehalem microprocessor. Design team member K7 joins Kirk on stage during his IDF Taipei keynote.