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* Comparative photos of the [[6502 Stack Register High Bits|Stack Register]] in 6502 and 6507
* Comparative photos of the [[6502 Stack Register High Bits|Stack Register]] in 6502 and 6507
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= 6502 additional information =
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== 6502 additional information ==
See also the [http://visual6502.org/links.html links] page on the main site.
See also the [http://visual6502.org/links.html links] page on the main site.
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== Primary Sources ==
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=== Primary Sources ===
* [[Photos of MOS 6502D]] (also see our [http://visual6502.org/images/6502/index.html website])
* [[Photos of MOS 6502D]] (also see our [http://visual6502.org/images/6502/index.html website])
* [[Atari's 6507 Schematics]]
* [[Atari's 6507 Schematics]]
* [[Photos of R6502]]
* [[Photos of R6502]]
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== Secondary Sources ==
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=== Secondary Sources ===
* [[Hanson's Block Diagram]]
* [[Hanson's Block Diagram]]
* [[Balazs' schematic and documents]]
* [[Balazs' schematic and documents]]
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== Previous Analysis ==
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=== Previous Analysis ===
* [http://impulzus.sch.bme.hu/6502/letolt.php3 Beregnyei Balazs: 6502 Reverse Engineering] ([http://www.downloads.reactivemicro.com/Public/Electronics/Reverse%20Engineering/ translation])
* [http://impulzus.sch.bme.hu/6502/letolt.php3 Beregnyei Balazs: 6502 Reverse Engineering] ([http://www.downloads.reactivemicro.com/Public/Electronics/Reverse%20Engineering/ translation])
* [http://anyplatform.net/media/guides/cpus/65xx%20Processor%20Data.txt Mark Ormston: 65xx Processor Data (version 0.2b)]
* [http://anyplatform.net/media/guides/cpus/65xx%20Processor%20Data.txt Mark Ormston: 65xx Processor Data (version 0.2b)]

Revision as of 22:18, 2 February 2011

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MOS 6502 family

We have photographs of the metal and lower layers, the polygons captured, the circuit extracted and we have published a javascript simulator. There is an FPGA project to implement the simulation in hardware. We have (as yet) unpublished simulators in python and C.

Our Analysis

6502 additional information

See also the links page on the main site.

Primary Sources

Secondary Sources

Previous Analysis

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