8080 CPU, built using 74HC-logic
A new project!
My quest for a homebuilt 8080 CPU continues but instead of using DTL I'm going straight for 74HC logic.
That was my early intension anyway back at 2013/2014, before the DTL trail took over.
This time I have a pretty clear vision on how to make it work, thanks to the 2 years I have spent on the DTL version.
To join the Homebuilt CPUs ring, drop Warren a line, mentioning your page's URL. He'll then add it to the list.
You will need to copy this code fragment into your page (or reference it.)
Note: The ring is chartered for projects that include a home-built CPU. It can emulate a commercial part, that′s OK.
But actually using that commercial CPU doesn′t rate. Likewise, the project must have been at least partially built: pure paper designs don′t rate either.
It can be built using any technology you like, from relays to FPGAs.