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Ben Builds an Apple 1 Replica from a Scratch - Episode 1 [Project]
posted November 11 2014 19:17.29 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Yes, I do love myself old school 8-bits, I mean I grew up with these things! The Ben Heck show is up to something!

He wires the CPU, ROM, and RAM to a PCB and adds some logic gates for memory addressing. With this basic 6502 computer complete, he uses an oscilloscope to take a look at what the CPU is doing. The digital data shows that the 6502 is functional and Ben can move on to the next step.


Watch this first episode and definitely expect more...



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