building my own relay computer
tom_a_sparks at yahoo.com.au
Fri Feb 13 16:56:12 CST 2015
On 14/02/15 08:20, Brent Hilpert wrote:
> On 2015-Feb-13, at 1:40 PM, Tom Sparks wrote:
>> I've been bouncing around the idea of building my own relay computer
>> * I have mostly inspired by the TIM project and Harry Porter's Relay
>> * I am looking at having a limited number registers like the 6502 or 6800
>> * the computer is going to be Harvard architecture based
>> I wondering have any of use done anything like this?
>>  http://www.northdownfarm.co.uk/rory/tim/
>>  http://web.cecs.pdx.edu/~harry/Relay/
> I've examined and written about (and done some limited implementation of) Simon, which is Harvard architecture.
that website looks familiar, thats it, the memory core write up
bookmarked and added to my wget queue :)
> Due to it's limitations I haven't been all that enthused about fully constructing it however.
> It could perhaps be expanded into something more interesting.
> There's another relay computer design and implementation here which looks interesting:
I did bookmark and download electronixandmore website
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