Jonathan A Titus Microcomputer Pioneer
 
Mark-8 Design Microcomputer According to Titus Microcontroller Project Postscriptum Lessons Home



Lesson 11: Advanced Topics

From the original article in Radio-Electronics
by Jonathan A. Titus
These experiments build upon the information presented in the main article . If you are in doubt about a point that has been discussed, go back and review it before starting the experiments. These experiments use the minimum memory configuration of 256 eight-bit words. More memory may be used , but it is not necessary for these experiments. A keyboard or an output device such as the TV typewriter is not necessary for these experiments. If an ASCII keyboard is connected to the minicomputer, connect it to input port 0.
Read More: Adobe Acrobat PDF FileMark-8 Construction.pdf, p.11 [2.54 MB]

From Mark-8/Micro-8 Computer User Group Newsletter
by Terry F. Ritter
"Improving the Mark-8"
Several weeks ago, I mentioned to Sal that I would write up a description of the hardware PUSH/POP stack I had implemented on my Mark-8. At that time the stack itself was fully operational, but I planned further modifications to establish a buss system that would reduce that number of wires between the Mark-8 and my peripheral breadboard. As it turns out, such a system is not trivial.
Read More: Adobe Acrobat PDF FileImproving Mark 8.pdf [478 KB]

From Mark-8/Micro-8 Computer User Group Newsletter
by William E. Severance, Jr.
Mark-8 I/O Expansion
The following is a brief description of the modifications I've made to my Mark 8 to provide full decoding of the device codes and convenient connection of peripheral devices.
Read More: Adobe Acrobat PDF FileMark-8 IO expansion.pdf [151 KB]

Copywrite Florida Gulf Coast University 2007
Validate CSS Validate XHTML