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cosam.org - Z80 Project

After several years' worth of interruptions and procrastination, the homebrew computer project has finally become a reality. Now on the forth revision of the design, the system actually works! As this page seems to be getting its fair share of traffic lately, I'm trying to keep it reasonably up-to-date. I've also published all of the Z80 project's source code in my online source code repisitory. However, don't be shy to drop me a line if you have specific questions or would like to discuss your own project.

A Small MC68008 Computer System

This report presents a design for a minimal computer system using the MC68008, exploiting the unique features of the MC68008 to create a small (23 chip) computer which nevertheless executes a full 32-bit instruction set and is completely software compatible with 16-bit 68000 systems.

A Z80 nostalgia - computers by Retroleum

If you're interesting in the old computers, you haven't miss this page with interesting constructions and informations.

Homebrew 8080 Computer

Two homemade 8080-based computers.

6502 Single Board Computers

An inexpensive 65c02 based single board computer by Daryl Rictor.

68000 home computer

You grab a Motorola 68HC000 32 bit mcu, some knowledge, you mix them together and you should get a 32-bit power single board computer. The chip is quite old but there are many chip makers still produce it.

Homebrew computer

Dennis Kuschel is another guy builds his very own computer from a scratch. It is really interesting piece of hardware...

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