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Do you want to have your very own MCU?

My dream, past in the 80's, was to design and make my own microprocessor. This isn't such impossible as it sounds nowadays, thanks to modern FPGAs.

I've found the amazing pages of John Kent. He is, apparently, the "oldskool hobbyist" - you know, the guy who loves the 6809 processor and reimplementing it into new FPGAs. Exactly this kind of guy! :)
But not only the 6809. You can find the basics of the FPGAs, implementing the 6800/6801/6805/6809 or implementing of very own MCU architecture on John's FPGA pages.

You shouldn't miss his other pages, especially that ones about 680x-based ancient projects... :)

Perfect work, John!

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