Learn the difference between a Microprocessor, Microcontroller and a Microcomputer.
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What is the Difference Between a Microprocessor, Microcontroller and a Microcomputer?
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8 thoughts on “What is the Difference Between a Microprocessor, Microcontroller and a Microcomputer?”
no just no pleas stop spreading false information!
You have mixed together apples and oranges, making false conclusions. You can not even compare a PC and a microcontroller
As a physical example, TI's MSP430 is a microcontroller which has its own memory and processing unit. But microprocessor doesnot have memory, it holds data temporarily in registers and it performs best with additional memory, Intel processors for example. You need to attach additional RAM to work with them but for MSP430 you already have some amount of memory inside the chip, 64 MB or something.
this is very, very, very simple explanation for dummies ! – – – worth going to Wikipedia for a better detailed explanation !
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