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'[BUY]: Free for shipping. INTEL -85 system design'
A relative of mine is in poor health. He was involved electronics as a
hobby. I am helping him clean out his shop. He is currently in a wheel
chair. Some of it may be of interest to people on the list. He does not
want to charge anything for the stuff, due to him not remembering its
working condition and just go to someone who might use it if they can.
The board powers up and has life to it. display shows data I.E. on
power up - 80 85. press single step 0347 FE.
email for more details.
There might be books around for this but I have not found them
The board is 11" by 10", 24 key keyboard, 6 digit 7 segment display.
I will send pictures on request. contact me off list.
Thank you very much.
William Chops Westfield
On Jan 2, 2006, at 8:50 AM, VULCAN20 wrote:
> Some of it may be of interest to people on the list. He does not
> want to charge anything for the stuff, due to him not remembering its
> working condition and just go to someone who might use it if they can.
> The board powers up and has life to it. display shows data I.E. on
> power up - 80 85. press single step 0347 FE.
Sounds like an Intel SDK-85:
IIRC, those are pretty software-intensive designs; the fact that
you get a reasonable display on powerup and behavior on keypresses
means that quite a bit is working... There are a couple of published
texbook-style books and some online courseware that do "microprocessor
education" based on this board, but I couldn't find any of the
The 8085 was a cute little processor; probably the second one to
capture my imagination in my early days. 8080 compatible, but with
an easier hardware interface. A three-chip system with ram, rom,
and a bunch of IO available was possible (using intel chips that
combined memory and IO functions); it looks like this board is
based on that design with added keyboard/display controllers...
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