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I am looking for general information on output control signals generated by a 2 to 4 decoder
Connected to a 8085 processor
RD
WR
IO/M

O0
O1
O2
O3

Where might info on these types of configuration be found
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here is a screen, if it helps.
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It will be connected to a 8085 proc, if that helps...
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