|System Specification for C65||Fred Bowen||March 1, 1991|
PPPPP RRRRR EEEEE L III M M III N N AAAA RRRRR Y Y P P R R E L I MM MM I NN N A A R R Y Y P P R R E L I M M M M I N N N A A R R Y Y P P R R E L I M M M I N N N A A R R Y PPPPP RRRRR EEEE L I M M I N NN AAAAAA RRRRR Y P R R E L I M M I N N A A R R Y P R R E L I M M I N N A A R R Y P R R E L I M M I N N A A R R Y P R R EEEEE LLLLLL III M M III N N A A R R Y
|Revision 0.2 (pilot release)||January 31, 1991|
At this time, Pilot Production, the C65 system-consists of either revision 2A or 2B PCB, 4510R3, 4567R5 (PAL only), F011B/C FDC, and 018 DMAgic chips. There will be changes to all these chips before Production Release.
This work is by:
|Fred Bowen||System Software-||C65|
|Paul Lassa||Hardware engineer-||C65, DMAgic|
|Bill Gardei||LSI engineer-||4567, FDC|
|Victor Andrade||LSI engineer-||4510|
Included are contributions by contractors hired by Commodore for the C65 project. These contributions include the DOS, Graphics, Audio, and Memory management areas.
Several 4502 assembler systems are available:
VAX, Amiga, and PC based BSO-compatible cross assemblers.
PC based custom cross assembler by Memocom, compatible with Memocom 4502 emulator
C128-based BSO compatible cross assembler by Commodore.
Custom software support is available for the following logic analyzers:
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