AMD 80186 microprocessor family


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Production microprocessors

AMD AM186EMLV-20KC
20 MHz
AMD C80186-1
10 MHz
68-pin ceramic LCC
AMD C80186-3
8 MHz
68-pin ceramic LCC

Engineering sample
AMD N80186
68-pin plastic LCC
AMD N80186-10
10 MHz
68-pin plastic LCC
AMD N80C186
68-pin plastic LCC
AMD N80C186-16
16 MHz
68-pin plastic LCC
AMD N80C186-20
20 MHz
68-pin plastic LCC
AMD N80C186-25
25 MHz
68-pin plastic LCC
AMD R80186
68-pin ceramic LCC
AMD R80186-3-B4
8 MHz
68-pin ceramic LCC
AMD R80186-10
10 MHz
68-pin ceramic LCC
Comments

AMD Am186EM-33KC

2009-06-09 16:27:25
Posted by: HOMEBOY87

Found this in a set top box DVD Player (located on the decoder board).

AMD Am186EM-33KC (80186 33MHz)

The DVD player i found this one in is a Cyberhome AD-M212 or AD-M512
(they're basically the same unit. only difference: the M512 has 5.1 output connectors, the M212 doesn't have those)

my guess why they used this CPU is the following:

this DVD player uses a standard PC IDE DVD-ROM drive. so i guess it has been used as an "allround CPU/controller" which handles everything the C-Cube MPEG Decoder chip isn't capable of (IDE interface, caching, ...)

this would also explain the 2 memory chips (EDO ?) above the 186 (one of them visible in the picture)

AMD Am186EM-33KC

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