Re-make of Radio-86RK, an Intel 8088 based Soviet Ham Radio computer published in Radio Magazine in 1986Designed by Weird Electronics in United States of America
This project is a remake of Radio-86RK - a soviet ham radio computer. The original design was published in Radio Magazine, an amateur radio and DIY electronics oriented publication, starting from Apr…Read More…
This project is a remake of Radio-86RK - a soviet ham radio computer. The original design was published in Radio Magazine, an amateur radio and DIY electronics oriented publication, starting from April 1986. Hence the "Radio" and "86" in the name ("RK" stands for ham radio computer).
Processor: Intel 8080A / КР580ВМ80А CPU running at 1.78 MHz
Video: Intel 8275 / КР580ВГ75 CRT Controller
Built-in 67-keys keyboard
Cassette recorder interface
This listing includes only the Radio-86RK PCB and two ROM Cartridge PCBs. All other parts can be purchased from various electronic components distributors, eBay, or perhaps you already have them in your parts bin! Please refer to the Bill of Materials section of the README file for the parts list.
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