> Hello! > > My MAX Machine died, and it turned out that infortunately it's the 6703 > PLA. Which is not as bad as it sounds, since theoretically the PLAN > could be replaced by a modern replacement. > > However, it is not the Signetics PLA used on other Commodore products. > It has 11 inputs and 15 outpus, and I cannot find any information about > it on the Web. But before I start reverse-engineering it on my own, I'd > like to ask here if there is any info avilable on this chip? I'm quite surprised the MAX has a PLA. I didn't think it had any alternative memory configurations, so it is likely a very simplified version of the C64 version handling only the RAM timings, etc. Good luck on your quest! They are so rare that I doubt anyone has reversed one before. I got a broken one last year, but luckily it was only a bad CPU and it lives... -Pete Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2016-07-30 04:00:02
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