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The Z80 with a modern twist.
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== Z80 with a modern twist ==
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[https://hackaday.io/project/167522-5v-logic-on-a-z80-retrocomputer Documented on Hackaday]
 
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** USB-Serial
 
** USB-Serial
 
** Hooks up to all 16-bits of address and 8-bits of data
 
** Hooks up to all 16-bits of address and 8-bits of data
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== Parts ==
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[[File:P1060722-cropped-640px.jpg]]
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* Z80, DART, SIO, 2xPIO, 2x32K SRAM, 4.9512 MHz oscillator
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* Purchased all of the above parts on ebay for $10 plus shipping
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** Stuffed but not flow soldered on a card
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** Just had to straighten out some pins
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* Bought 2 sets, they are cheap

Latest revision as of 10:23, 8 September 2019

Z80 with a modern twist

Documented on Hackaday

  • Uses a PSoC to provide
    • Chip selects
    • Read/Write strobes
    • Address decoding
    • Bank switching
  • Peripherals
    • USB-Serial
    • Hooks up to all 16-bits of address and 8-bits of data

Parts

P1060722-cropped-640px.jpg

  • Z80, DART, SIO, 2xPIO, 2x32K SRAM, 4.9512 MHz oscillator
  • Purchased all of the above parts on ebay for $10 plus shipping
    • Stuffed but not flow soldered on a card
    • Just had to straighten out some pins
  • Bought 2 sets, they are cheap