What type of architecture used in 8085 microprocessor

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What type of architecture used in 8085 microprocessor?

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8085 is a 8-bit microprocessor.
It's based on Von-Neumann architecture in which the data and instructions are in the same memory space without any distinction between them.

Data line: 8-bits--Can process 8-bits of data at a time.

Address line: 16-bits--Can address upto 2^16(64KB) of address space.


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