Motorola EXORset

Andrew Lynch lynchaj at yahoo.com
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Motorola EXORset


Henk Gooijen henk.gooijen at hotmail.com
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From: "Andrew Lynch" <lynchaj at yahoo.com
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Sent: Sunday, November 15, 2009 10:40 PM
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Subject: Motorola EXORset
 
> Hi!  Does anyone have the schematics for the Motorola EXORset?  If so, 
> would
> you please either make a scan or look something up for me?
> 
> I would like to know how the MC6840 PTM interfaces with the MC6809 CPU.
> 
> Thanks and have a nice day!
> 
> Andrew Lynch
 
It is fairly straight forward, as with all 68xx chips.
The databus goes to ... the databus.
The E clock input connects to the E (sometimes called phi2) of the 6809.
The RSx pins go to address lines, depending on your decoding scheme.
The normal method is RS0 to A0, RS1 to A1 and RS2 to A2.
R/W* goes directly to the R/W* pin of the CPU.
CS0* and CS1 go to address decode logic. The chip is selected when
CS0* = "0" and CS1 = "1".
If you want to use interrupts you must tie the IRQ output of the PTM to
the IRQ input of the CPU. As several peripheral devices can be connected
to the IRQ pin of the CPU, they are all open collector. So somewhere the
IRQ line must have a pull-up resistor.
 
- Henk.
 
 

 

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Hi Henk!  Thanks for the help!  What I am trying to do is build an IO
mezzanine board for the N8VEM 6809 host processor board.

I currently have a 6809 host processor board with a 6809 CPU, RAM, ROM, and
a 6821 PIA to 8255 PPI "bus bridge" to the ECB.  The device appears on the
ECB as a peripheral to the Z80 "bus controller".

What I am building is an IO mezzanine board for the 6809 host processor
which will plug in on top of the 6809 host processor and provide some IO
devices.  Currently, it supports the 6551 ACIA (working), 6840 PTM
(working), and a pair of 6522 VIAs (not installed yet).  The ACIA is working
since I can communicate with the 6809 host processor and IO mezzanine board
using my crude monitor (minibug).  I've written a small program to make the
output of timer #3 make a square wave so I am pretty sure the PTM is working
as well.

My major goal of the IO mezzanine board project is to be able to run the
Motorola ASSIST09 debug monitor to include the hardware single step mode.
The PTM is interfaced to the CPU in the usual way however, the output of
timer #1 is also connected to the /NMI line of the CPU.  I am since the CPU
/NMI is active low and the output of PTM timer #1 is active high (I think),
I am running the signal through an inverter.  

That's why I am asking about the Motorola EXORset because I believe the
ASSIST09 was released to support that hardware and I would like to check my
design with it.  If you or anyone else has any information on the hardware
ASSIST09 was originally written to run on please let me know.

Thanks in advance and have a nice day!

Andrew Lynch

PS, I just got the ACIA code (sort of) working in the ASSIST09 monitor.
There is still some sort of bug as the input handling is rather screwy but I
can get some things to work.

 




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