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In general, the 8085 is an 8-bit microprocessor that was introduced by the Intel team in 1976 using NMOS technology. The microprocessor has been updated with this processor. The 8085 microprocessor has the following configurations: data bus (8 bits), address bus (16 bits), programme counter (16 bits), stack pointer (16 bits), registers (8 bits), +5V voltage supply, and operates at 3.2 MHz single segment CLK. Microwave ovens, washing machines, and other electronic devices use the 8085 microprocessor. The 8085 microprocessor has the following characteristics:
This microprocessor is an 8-bit device that receives, operates, or outputs 8-bit data in a parallel manner.
The processor has 16-bit and 8-bit address and data lines, so the device has 216 bytes of memory, or 64KB.
This is made up of a single NMOS chip device with 6200 transistors.
There are 246 operational codes and 80 instructions in total.
Because the 8085 microprocessor has 8-bit input/output address lines, it can address up to 28 = 256 input and output ports.
This microprocessor is available in a DIP package of 40 pins
In order to transfer huge information from I/O to memory and from memory to I/O, the processor shares its bus with the DMA controller.
Recently, I got a chance to work work the SeeedStudio T1000 tracker and I made a tracker and data logger with it. It comes with a LoRa module to transmit the data and has an inbuilt temperature and light sensor. The device is very easy to set up and get-started and I can say the experience of switching from different LoRa network servers is very pleasant and straightforward, same for the integration. I chose Ubidots to visualise the data captured.
I also like the mobile application very much, it’s so easy to pair and change the tracker configuration on the go. I love it.
I will experiment more and share my insights here. let me know if you want to know any specific details about the SenseCAP T1000.
It’s live on Kickstarter and you can pledge for $29 for single T1000 tracker, you will get 1 piece T1000 with 3 months of free trial service on the SenseCAP platform. Take a look : https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/seeed/sensecap-t1000-track-what-you-care-with-no-boundaries
@dipu_varghese Hi, How does it go? Would like to know about the updates or anything I can do to help you.
@zainmuhammed Oh that's cool. Let me also take a look at the stability analysis of a drone and get back to you.
@salmanfaris I'm building a payload-releasing drone under 2kg (micro class). and the entire structure builds using carbon fiber and ABS plastic.
@zainmuhammed Curious to know, What kind of drone are you building and what kind of material are you using?