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Henry S. Courbis worked with a friend of Balazs on an English translation
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* [http://impulzus.sch.bme.hu/6502/letolt.php3 Beregnyei Balazs: 6502 Reverse Engineering] directory
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* [http://web.archive.org/web/20110804220220/http://impulzus.sch.bme.hu/6502/letolt.php3 Beregnyei Balazs: 6502 Reverse Engineering] directory (archived)
* [http://www.downloads.reactivemicro.com/Public/Electronics/Reverse%20Engineering/ translated documents] directory: Doc and pdf.
* [http://www.downloads.reactivemicro.com/Public/Electronics/Reverse%20Engineering/ translated documents] directory: Doc and pdf.
* [http://www.downloads.reactivemicro.com/Public/Electronics/CPU/6502%20Schematic.pdf single page schematic] 730kByte pdf
* [http://www.downloads.reactivemicro.com/Public/Electronics/CPU/6502%20Schematic.pdf single page schematic] 730kByte pdf
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Balazs gave a 40 minute presentation on the reverse engineering at Hacktivity 2011, see [https://vimeo.com/33077354 here] (original Hungarian) and [https://vimeo.com/34650139 here] (English voiceover).

Latest revision as of 17:01, 12 February 2016

Beregnyei Balazs (family name first!) derived a schematic from his die photo and wrote up notes on the circuits.

The chip is an R6502 which is a Rockwell part but uses MOS Technology's masks.

Henry S. Courbis worked with a friend of Balazs on an English translation

Balazs gave a 40 minute presentation on the reverse engineering at Hacktivity 2011, see here (original Hungarian) and here (English voiceover).

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