What is ale in microprocessor?

Shyamali Sarkar
Shyamali Sarkar

Posted On: Feb 25, 2020

 

The ALE is an acronym of Address Enable Latch. If pulse goes high i.e. ALE=1, it means address bus enable and pulse goes low i.e. ALE=0, it means data bus enable. The ALE controls the signal when the pulse goes high because the new task started.

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