Neutron PC32 Bill of Materials (for prototype at least)

  • Western Design Center W65C02S6TPG-14 Microprocessor
  • Clock Crystal/Oscillator – 8 MHz Maximum (poss. frequency divider for prototype?)
  • Alliance Memory AS6C62256A-70PCN (warn: EOL, all other THT 70ns 32kB/256kb SRAM are 10x price)
  • Microchip Technology/Atmel AT28C64B-15PU
  • Microchip Technology/Atmel AT27C010-70PU
  • 2 Western Design Center W65C22S6TPG-14 Versatile Interface Adapters
  • Western Design Center W65C51N6TPG-14 Asynchronous Communication Interface Adapter
  • Microchip Technology/Atmel ATMEGA4809-PF
  • Newhaven Display NHD-240128WG-ATFH-VZ#
  • Analog Devices DAC08CPZ
  • Some form of speaker (hooked up to DAC08CPZ)
  • All logic chips required for:
  • All logic chips required for address decode logic (mainly 4-to-16 and 3-to-8 multiplexers/demultiplexers/whatevers + inverters and other gates)
  • Some power supply (planned for finished device: 9V battery or DC power jack, both options present)
  • Connectors: DB25, 8-pin Mini-DIN, 6-pin DIN, some card edge connector, a DC output barrel jack for serial devices

Ashton Snapp

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