Apple Computer A Clone - running 6800 Processor

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Apple Computer A Clone - running 6800 Processor

Alright, with the first 6502-based Apple computer A clone completed and running, next would be one running 6800 processor. As some of the builders requested, I will include mods for 6800-based Apple computer A clone in the assembly guideline and will share soon. The board on the top runs 6502 processor and the bottom one 6800 processor. I have 5~6 bare boards left.

 

 

 

 

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Too cool!

Too cool!  Congrat's Mike for getting this to work.

I'm "almost done" building my board ... Just need some tme away from house projects.

Thanks for posting the images too.

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Wow!

Wow, Michael, this is amazing!

Congratulations! :-)

I can't wai it see them with the SWTPC video board... ;-)

 

Well done!

Best Regards,

Claudio - P-LAB

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This is great! Really nice

This is great! Really nice work Mike!

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Finally, I finished the

Finally, I finished the revision of Apple Computer A Clone (aka Newton-Byte) assembly guide. In this revision, I added the guideline for 6800 processor and corrected the photo for jumper between PIA 6820 pin 24 and +5V. Please pm me for PDF copy if you need this edition.

 

 

 

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SWTPC Video board

I'm confused here - is there a SWTPC video board that would work with this clone? Perhaps I'm reading this too literally

 

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I worked on a clone of the
I worked on a clone of the SWTPC-6144 video board a while ago.. since it was designed to use with SWTPC 6800 which runs the same 6800 processor, I have the idea of interfacing it with the Apple 1 clone.

 

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