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Richard Erlacher
11/20/11 16:08
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Denver, Co
USA


 
#184840 - I've got some other old MCU and MPU chips ...
Responding to: Bert Van Den Berg's previous message
Starting with the 8008, though that one was converted into a High-Tech-Tie-Tack (it's only 18 pinsbut nice gold ones and a gold lid) and a few Motorola single-chippers, (6801L1, with the built-in "LilBug" monitor, 68705's of various flavors, 68HC11-family members, etc.), not to mention V40 and V50, 80186/88 (like V50 and V40, but less-is-more) and, of course, lots of the old MPU's like 8080, 8085, 6800, 6802, ... and the 68008, etc.

If you want some of the old memory that went with 'em, that's around somewhere, too.

RE

List of 12 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
Sourcing historic uCs      Greg Kennedy      11/20/11 12:28      
   Vintage MCUs      Michael Karas      11/20/11 13:03      
      8041      Jan Waclawek      11/20/11 13:42      
         Unfortunately ...      Richard Erlacher      11/20/11 16:00      
            external execution in '41/'42      Jan Waclawek      11/21/11 03:15      
               I don't doubt what you said ...      Richard Erlacher      11/21/11 09:45      
   Have some old 8748, 8749 and V20 chips      Bert Van Den Berg      11/20/11 15:27      
      I've got some other old MCU and MPU chips ...      Richard Erlacher      11/20/11 16:08      
   Can you program them      Aubrey Kagan      11/21/11 13:59      
      Some of us have those ... even the programmables      Richard Erlacher      11/21/11 21:27      
   If I can find 'em ...      Richard Erlacher      11/21/11 21:30      
   seems still live      Stefan KAnev      11/22/11 08:03      

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