Computer Dictionary/Intel 8048
The 8048 was inspired by, and similar to, the Fairchild F8 microprocessor but, being a microcontroller, was designed for low cost and small size. The 8048 has a modified [[Computer Dictionary/Harvard architecture|Harvard architecture]], with program ROM on chip and 64 to 256 bytes of RAM also on chip. I/O is mapped in its own [[Computer Dictionary/address space|address space]].
[Was it really __the_first__ microcontroller? Are the ROM and RAM both on-chip?]
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