Christian Sattler of the UK has teamed up with us and made his excellent RP2A03 images available on this site. We've also depackaged an RP2A07 and plan to have die shots soon. You can see the 6502 core in the lower right of Christian's die shot. We don't have a package photograph of Christian's chip.
Images below are of an RP2A03G.
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These images were shot, corrected, and stitched automatically by Christian Sattler in the UK using
and custom code. The largest image here is a bit more than half the size in each dimension of the original die shot, which is 12772 x 12558 pixels.
Quietust has annotated the layers of this chip and is working on a simulation. Images are available on his site, and we'll be posting them here soon.
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