Build your own MC68HC11 computer trainer by Yerem G.C.

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8] Swiger, Frank and Joe Glover. ” Circuit Cellar INK 24 (1991): 52-59. 34 Yerem: Build Your Own MC68HC11 Computer Trainer Appendix 1 - Master Parts List This is the master parts list for the prototype computer that was built. The quantity, manufacturer, manufacturer part number and general description is shown. Specific manufacturers aren't listed for easy to find generic parts. # 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 U1 U2 U3 U4 U5 U6, U7 U8 U9 U10 1 1 1 1 1 4 2 9 Y1 RP1 R1 R2 C1 C13-C16 C11, C12 C2-C9 Part No.

32 Yerem: Build Your Own MC68HC11 Computer Trainer 6 Conclusion I hope this was a great learning experience for you. When I built my first computer it was pretty frustrating. Part of the frustration was due to t h e complexity of the computer and part was due to errors in the instructions. I hope that I’ve at least eliminated those two variables for you. Nonetheless, after a lot of struggling I was able to get the computer working and learned a lot in t h e process. I’m sure you will get much use out of your new computer and I know there will be more home-built computers in your future.

MC6821/D). , 1985. [6] Motorola Inc. M68HC11EVB Evaluation Board User’s Manual (Lit. No. M68HC11EVB/D1). , 1986. [7] Olney, Bruce L. ” Circuit Cellar INK 44 (1994): 22-29. [8] Swiger, Frank and Joe Glover. ” Circuit Cellar INK 24 (1991): 52-59. 34 Yerem: Build Your Own MC68HC11 Computer Trainer Appendix 1 - Master Parts List This is the master parts list for the prototype computer that was built. The quantity, manufacturer, manufacturer part number and general description is shown. Specific manufacturers aren't listed for easy to find generic parts.

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