Re: 6809 emulator, anyone? [Slightly OT]

From: Richard Atkinson (
Date: 2000-06-05 12:35:22

On Mon, 5 Jun 2000, Nicolas Welte wrote:

> > Okay. This is slightly off-topic, but since the SuperPET[1] -did- have
> > a 6809 too..
> Could be useful for the Commodore BTX-II module [1], too. I think it
> runs with a 6303 or 6803, which is more similar to the 6809 than
> anything else. Some stripped down microcontroller version I believe...

The Tandy Radio Shack Micro Computer MC-10 uses the 6803. 63-series parts
are the Hitachi versions which include lots of extra undocumented opcodes,
and many people upgrade their CoCo machines with 6309s, if they can find

> [1] which in turn could be potentially useful as a color 80 column
> expansion to the C64. There seem to be many of them around, and they're
> cheap.

Which version is that, the large type or the REU type? I'm looking for the
REU type, so if you see any more around, Nicolas... :)


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