I write a book about old computers. Oh, sorry: I mean "vintage computers" from the 80's. My primary goal is to show how one can build an 8bit computer from scratch. It means: how to set up a CPU, ...Read More…
I write a book about old computers. Oh, sorry: I mean "vintage computers" from the 80's. My primary goal is to show how one can build an 8bit computer from scratch.
It means: how to set up a CPU, how to connect memories, how to connect peripheral chips, and why to connect...
This computer is a "demo construction": A computer, based on 8085 CPU, with 32 kB of (EEP)ROM and 32 kB of RAM, serial connection and parallel ports. All should be as simple as possible. And here is a result.
You can buy a kit as well as the assembled and tested machine (+15 USD).
You can get your own PCB from the PCBWay service.
Power supply (5V/1A) is not included.
Soldering equipment and basic tools (knife, multimeter etc.) are necessary to assemble the kit!
An oscilloscope and/or the logic analyzer (logic probe) is not necessary but highly recommended to find problems when occurs.
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Tom | Aug. 11, 2018
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