This board combines the best features of currently available RC2014 memory boards in one:
- One 512K memory chip which can be RAM or ROM (selected with 3 jumpers)
- One 512K RAM chip
- Select between linear and paged memory using a single jumper
- Select between linear and paged memory in software (from Z80 or BusRaider)
- Support for the PAGE pin on the RC2014 bus (with an optional pull-up selec...
**This is a hobby project and comes with no official support. The PCB schematic and board design files are offered 'as is' with no claims made about their fitness for any specific purpose.**
The Multicomper motherboard is a simple platform for creating a 'Multicomp' computer based on the design work of Grant Searle - which can be found here:
V2 of my ZTO-80 SBC project, with the end goal of having color graphics(?) along with a BASIC interpreter based off of NASCOM BASIC. A future revision may include support for CP/M.
Feel free to clone this project. Just be sure to acknowledge me as printed below:
Copyright Jacob Hahn 2019.
This documentation describes Open Hardware and is licensed under the
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A single board computer based on the Zilog Z80 processor.
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SC118 v1.1 (www.scc.me.uk)
Z80 processor card for Z50Bus
This card can work in a modest way as a Single Board Computer (SBC) or be used part of a larger system on a Z50Bus backplane.
Documentation at [www.scc.me.uk](http://www.scc.me.uk)
"The Missing Module"
Pairing this module with S. Cousins SC108 (CPU+memory) or SC114 SBC form a complete CP/M computer system.
The beauty with #61 is that it can be used as a
1) bus clock
2) serial interface
4) or a combination of these functions.
In addition, it allows the CPU to run asynchronously up to 24Mhz (Z80) or 33Mhz (Z180)
Pick-and-mix to create your own custom computer on a low-cost FPGA board
(BASIC, Z80, 6502, 6809, internal/external RAM, serial/keyboard+monitor, SD-card for CP/M or other storage)
by Grant Searle (2014)
Altera Cyclone IV E10 LQFP144 Port (ZEOWAA EP4CE10)
(c) 2018 Thorsten M. Wahl
Banked EPROM RAM Board
- EPROM can be enabled/disabled with write to register
- EPROM occupies first 16K of address space
- First or Second bank of 16K in EPROM can be selected
- Modified to use ZIFF Socket