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Thanx guys for all that!as you see what i wanted to learn is the MCU broken down to the simple logic gates that make them workI already have a good understanding of the principles of BASIC ELECTRONICS that is gates , adders, MUX , decoders ADC, DAC and all that stuff and also a basic understanding of how RAM (both static and dynamic types) and ROM work that is the basic electronics behind their wirking.And by the way as I am new to MCUs which MCU (I mean brand and type) would you people prefer me buying so that I might be able to reuse it again ( I know they are versatile, its the logic that you put that makes the difference, but what I mean is that which MCU should see me through demanding number crunching situations as well as provide adequate space in their EEPROMS and ROMS ,number of instruction lines that they can hold).My budget is approx (Indian Rupee) INR 1500 to INR 2000 (thats roughly USD $40 to USD $50).Also possible vendors in Kolkata,India. ( if any one of you know about it, while I try to GOOGLE it anyway )
My budget is approx (Indian Rupee) INR 1500 to INR 2000 (thats roughly USD $40 to USD $50)
The point is that you don't build a MCU, you buy them.