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Adventures in GameBoy Emulation: Part 2 (The CPU)


Time for part 2 in the series. Seemed like the time to do it as the CPU is the big focus of DMGe at the minute. 2,006 more words


Zilog Z8001

El término Zilog Z8001 figura en la edición en idioma inglés de Wikipedia. Allí se dice al respecto lo siguiente:

The Z8001 was the version of the 16-bit Zilog Z8000 which offered 7-bit segment registers, yielding an 8 megabyte address space. 39 more words


New blog!


This is my first ever blog.

Twitter doesn’t really count as blogging and the 140 character limit is rather annoying at times but I shall continue to use Twitter for quickly crystallizing my thoughts without much thought or care for content or correct spelling.  470 more words


Final Troubleshooting of Microcontroller Debugger

After you’ve ensured that the PCB is safe for microcontroller operation (That is, after you’ve done thorough troubleshooting), then you can proceed on the last part of troubleshooting… You’re gonna run a Test program! 716 more words


Initial Troubleshooting of Microcontroller Debugger

Only the power supply module can be applied with the traditional method of testing (That is, smack in everything and turn it on, if the LED doesn’t light then something must’ve been wrong, better start scratching those unwanted shorts and applying solders on those unwanted disconnections). 495 more words


Microcontroller Module

Schematic Diagram (PDF) : http://www.mediafire.com/view/?3b5vx1yexi4ucuh
Schematic Diagram (Diptrace) : http://www.mediafire.com/?6parvi6vc32kgap

You must download the new version of diptrace so that you could open the schematic diagram. 945 more words