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Re: A new S-100 6502 CPU Board
Hi John and Andrew,
Please put me down for 2 x Master/Slave 6502 boards.
Keep up the good work.
On Sunday, August 5, 2012 1:47:00 PM UTC+10, monahanz wrote:
For those interested in S-100 Bus systems, Andrew Lynch & I (John
Monahan) have just finished constructing a prototype of an S-100 Bus
6502 CPU board. Unlike our earlier board, this board can act as a bus
master or slave. You can for example boot your system up with a Z80 (or
8086) and transfer control to the 6502 CPU board (and back again)
utilizing the same 64K of address space and I/O ports.
Please see here (bottom of page) for more details:-
We are now about to have made a “production board”. Note, these are
bare boards and will be ~$20/board. See the above web page for details.
These boards are only for hobbyists and though some help can be
provided on forums, you need to have a working knowledge of these
systems to get them to work.
BTW, this will probably be the last of the 8 bit CPU boards we will do for some time. Our focus is now on 16 and 32 bit CPU’s.
To review the growing list of S-100 boards we have done so far please see here (bottom of page):-