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A weblog focused on interesting circuits, ideas, schematics and other information about microelectronics and microcontrollers.




Because I have not tested all electronic circuits mentioned on this pages, I cannot attest to their accuracy; therefore, I do not provide a warranty of any kind and cannot be held responsible in any manner.

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Z80 Bits

A list of comprehensive and "magic" routines in Z80 ASM - Z80 Bits

Z80 System on a Chip

Simple goal: To make a Z80 computer, with an interpreter, video out, keyboard, and some kind of external mass storage.

Breadboard CP/M

A simple CP/M system fits in breadboard nowadays. Look at Grant's Work-in-progress version.

Photo: Grant Searle

Speccy music: one wire singing

Do you remember the old times we listened the noisy sound and believed it's music out there? Let's play the one-bit symphony again!

V6Z80P available!

Preorder your V6Z80P, an amazing Z80-based computer, just now!

ZX Spectrum games disassembly

Something to read for old game lovers: Two games (Skool Daze and Back to Skool) disassembled and commented.


Do you need a Z80 microprocessor emulator in your project? Easy with Z80ex, a portable Z80 emulator.

SymbOS Z80

SymbOS is a multitasking OS for Z80-based computers CPC and MSX.

Z80 In-Circuit Emulator Kit

Do you need to debug a Z80-based computer "in situ"? If yes, this is an ultimate "must-have" tool.


Something nostalgic: QP/M is a time/date stamping and speedy CP/M 2.2 replacement that fits in the same memory space.

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