Motorola 68HC11

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Motorola 68HC11

A microcontroller family from Motorola descended from the Motorola 6800 microprocessor.

The 68HC11 devices are more powerful and more expensive than the 68HC05 family.


There is an opcode simulator for the 68HC11, by Ted Dunning <>. Interrupts, hardware I/O, and half carries are still outside the loop. Adding interrupts may require simulating at the clock phase level. Version 1.
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This market segment includes the ubiquitous 8-bit microprocessor such as the Intel 8051 clones and the Motorola 68HC11, 16-bit microprocessor such as the Intel 80186 and the Motorola 68HC16 and many 32-bit processors such as the Intel 80386 and Motorola 68xxx series and numerous 32-bit embedded RISC microprocessors, including the MPS, SuperH, PowerPC and arm architectures from Silicon Graphics, Hitachi, IBM and Advanced RISC machines, respectively.