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Fairchild produced a couple of different microprocessor designs the F8, the 9400, and the 100220. It also produced second source versions of the Motorola 6800,

Fairchild F8

General General Information The F8 was Fairchild’s 1st processor. It was targeted as an inexpensive processor for service and control applications (gas pumps, vending machines, cash registers. It included 64 bytes of “scratchpad” RAM to enable two chip implementations (2nd chip being a ROM such as the 3851). Production 1st Quarter 1975 Designers Unknown Architecture …

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