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Motorola 68000

NameMotorola 68000
Gpr8 × 32-bit + 7 address registers also usable for most operations + stack pointer

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The Motorola 68000 is a 16/32-bit CISC microprocessor core designed and marketed by Freescale Semiconductor (formerly Motorola Semiconductor Products Sector). Introduced in 1979 with HMOS technology as the first member of the successful 32-bit m68k family of microprocessors, it is generally software forward compatible with the rest of the line despite being limited to a 16-bit wide external bus. After three decades in production, the 68000 architecture is still in use.

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Retro hardware takes you on a tour of all the best parts of vintage gaming. This time, Will tells us the tale of the Atari Jaguar, Atari's last venture into the hardware market. Creative Lead: Will Lu Directed and shot by Aaron Umetani Written by: Will Lu Edited by: Mike Schmidt Produced by: Channing Sargent Are you JAMMIN' on TGS? http retro hardware atari jaguar 64 bit graphics processing processor tom jerry 32 bit battlesphere battle sphere tempest 2000 doom 3d gameplay blue lightning demo demonstration jaguar cd motorola 68000 cpu lynx panther panasonic 3do the worst controller of all time iron soldier overlay aliens vs predator power drive rally avp super nintendo snes fx chip stunt drive metal head virtua fighter dentist shell 4play scatologic
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Manufacturer: Commodore International Type: Home computer Release date: 1987 Discontinued: 1991 Media: 880 KB floppy disks Operating system: AmigaOS 1.2~1.3 CPU: Motorola 68000 @ 7.16 MHz (NTSC) - 7.09 MHz (PAL) Memory: 512 KB (9.5 MB maximum) Graphics: 640 x 256, 6 bpp @ 25 fps Predecessor: Amiga 1000 Successor: Amiga 500 Plus The Amiga 500, also known as the A500 (or its code name 'Rock Lobster'),was the first low-end Commodore Amiga 16/32-bit multimedia home/personal computer. It was announced at the winter Consumer Electronics Show in January 1987, at the same time as the high-end Amiga 2000, and competed directly against the Atari 520ST. The A500 was released in mid 1987 at the price of 595.95 USD without monitor. The 500 represented a return to Commodore's roots, being sold in the same mass retail outlets as the Commodore 64 to which it was a spiritual successor, as opposed to the computer store-only Amiga 1000. The original A500 proved to be Commodores best-selling Amiga model, enjoying particular success in Europe.Although popular with hobbyists, arguably its most widespread use was as a gaming machine, where its advanced graphics and sound for the time were of significant benefit. Like its predecessor, the Amiga 500 uses a Motorola 68000 microprocessor running at 7.15909 MHz in the NTSC version or 7.09379 MHz in the PAL version. While the 68000 is a 32-bit chip internally, it has a 16-bit data bus and 24-bit address bus, providing a maximum of 16 MB address space <b>...</b>
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This project was made by my group at Newcastle university in UK. It fades a LED while you are pressing a button. The LED has a red and green colour. It starts from the red colour and fades through several colours to green. Then it starts from red again and so on.
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Assemblare in Assembler del Motorola 68000 con Asim & Asimtool
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esempio di programma assembly motorola 68000 e di utilizzo delle subroutine. scarica il programma
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Voici un jeu que j'ai fait il ya un bout de temps, en Assembleur 68000. Vous trouverez le code source sur mon blog, Posez moi vos questions sur le blog je vous réponderez au plutôt possible.
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my rendering of my fav microprocessor the motorola 68000
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Last lab assignment for Microprocessors class, Summer 2009. The assignment was to write the software in assembly language for the Motorola 68000/68230 Parallel Ineterface Timer, producing the light patterns seen in this short clip.
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Boot up and a nifty little Flight Simulator! specs: 8Mhz Motorola 68000 4mb RAM 1gb HDD (upgraded) 800k Floppy Drive 9-inch B&W CRT display
3.50 min. | 5.0 user rating
Programme réaliser en Assembleur sur un Motorola 68000
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Motorola/Freescale processors

Industrial Control Unit14500
6800 family6800 * 6809 (see also: Hitachi 6309), 68HC11, 68HC08, 68HC05
68000 family68000 * 68008 * 68010 * 68012 * 68020 * 68030 * 68040 * 68060 * ColdFire * DragonBall
Embedded system 68k-variants68EC000 * 68EC020 * 68EC030 * 68EC040 * 68LC040
88000MC88100 (MC88110)
Floating-point coprocessors68881, 68882
Memory Management Unit68851
PowerPC familyPPC e200 * PPC 6xx/e300 * PPC 7xx * PPC e500 * PPC 74xx/e600 * PPC e5500 * PowerQUICC family * QorIQ

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