non-CP/M Z80 board

Roy J. Tellason rtellason at
Mon Jun 16 20:01:54 CDT 2008

I'm thinking about building a z80 board,  with varying amounts of "stuff" 
attached,  with RAM and ROM that may be NMOS or CMOS,  and some indeterminate 
number of Z80-family and compatible peripheral chips.

My question is this:  At what point do you _need_ to have address and data bus 
buffer chips?

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