interested in 6510 thanks fot thr infoYou can still get 6502s
Not sure if they are different from the 6510, though.
I just built one with a Raspberry pi.. I used a Pi 1 as it can sim the whole thing, but you can do it with a pi zero...As I am a big fun of commodore c64 I am trying to build one from scratch. Do you know if there is any simulator capable of running the PIC MOS 6510 ? I want to play with it without still buying one. Thanks.
The 6510 loses the Non-maskable interrupt, Clock out, sync, and ready pins and gains a 8-bit GPIO port.I'll bet you dollars to donuts that a 6502 can do anything a 6510 can do. The main difference is that the 6502 has a wider address bus.
Nice but the goal is to use original component or at least the same architetureI just built one with a Raspberry pi.. I used a Pi 1 as it can sim the whole thing, but you can do it with a pi zero...
As for simulator C64 forever... only about £10 but well worth it.
Do you really think so? It's got the zero page ram built in and the normal 6502 hasn't.The 6510 almost certainly uses the same die as the 6502 but with a different bonding configuration. It is up to you.
Since I am learning Cortex M3 it will be nice to learn also how to interface the ARM micro to an FPGA. ( interested mostly in I/O). Which is a good entry level FPGA dev board you recommend I can also use for C64 ?Your other pathway is to learn VHDL or Verilog and do your own. It will indubiously[sic] run faster than the original.
You can see an example of how it is done by checking out the Cypress PSoC. It is an ARM core with a graphical interface for adding peripherals and logic diagrams to do useful things without writing any code. I would start by learning how it's embedded FPGA can be used.Since I am learning Cortex M3 it will be nice to learn also how to interface the ARM micro to an FPGA. ( interested mostly in I/O). Which is a good entry level FPGA dev board you recommend I can also use for C64 ?
I am thinking about these after a research :
- artix-7 to learn FPGA and maybe c64?
tinyfpga (for trying to emulate a C64 basic) - I found this nice resource : http://c64onfpga.blogspot.com/2017/11/introduction.html
- ICE40 to learn FPGA and maybe c64?
Which one you recommend for c64 video signal ?
Will you please recommend a good book/online course about FPGA?
Thanks a lot for your help.
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