Homebuilt TTL and transistor CPUs
bfranchuk at jetnet.ab.ca
Wed Jan 4 12:16:58 CST 2006
J.C. Wren wrote:
> This fellow has some interesting projects. A 6502 opcode
> compatible CPU implemented in latches and EEPROMs. A NAND-gate based
> MC14500B. And a CPU using (mostly) only transistors. Also a
> introduction to microprogramming article, and some other good stuff.
> <URL: http://people.freenet.de/dieter.02/index.htm >
> I don't know if anyone else mentioned this page in the past. I
> don't recall it, and I tend to follow the homebuilt CPU threads here.
> If you've seen it already, sorry about that.
Well don't forget that "Homebuilt CPUs WebRing" covers almost all the
home brew CPU's I have seen.
For FPGA designs see: http://www.fpgacpu.org/links.html
The odd thing about FPGA designs is that several are 6502's or 6809's
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