[Coco] New 6821, 6551 replacements
operator at coco3.com
Mon Feb 2 22:00:48 EST 2009
At 07:21 PM 2/2/2009, you wrote:
>On Mon, 2 Feb 2009, Shain Klammer wrote:
>>I agree with you; however, the links Roger provided do list both the
>>W65C21S6TPG14 and the W65C21S6PLG14 at $7.50 - been around since '78 and
>>are in Arizona, USA - or did I miss something?
>>>> Here's a company we need to keep an eye on. The Western Design Center,
>>>>If they can do for the 6809 what they did for the 6502, (creating a
>>>>100+mhz and 200+mhz version), what an amazing thing this would be.
>If there is such a thing as a 100 or 200Mhz.
>6502, it's in the form of synthesizable IP for
>fabrication into an ASIC or somesuch. There's
>never been standalone silicon anywhere near that speed rating.
I read something about 14mhz bus support for
several of their chips I mentioned. It's right
there on the site. I don't know any more details that that, though.
>A CoCo in an FPGA should be capable of 25-50Mhz.
>operation without too much trouble and you don't
>need to pay the license fees for it.
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