Johnny's homebuilt 8080 CPU corner (and other stuff, maybe)
8080 CPU, built using 74HC-logic
Aug 09, 2018
I have made a new version of my 8080 MK II-B which I call 8080 MK II-C. It's the same schematic as for the B-version but now consolidated into 2 pcs 4 layer PCB.
This essentially are the same thing as the MKII-B but without all bugs I happened to build into the MKII-B.
So far I have only found one (1) show stopper and a couple of slightly annoying details but nothing else.
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