Motorola 6800

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Motorola 6800

(processor)
A microprocessor released shortly after the Intel 8080, in about 1975. It had 78 instructions, including the undocumented HCF (Halt and Catch Fire) bus test instruction. The 6800 evolved into the Motorola 6801 and 6803.

The 6502 was based on the design of the 6800 but had one less data register and one more index register.
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While he was studying at Oxford, he managed to build his first computer with just a soldering iron, TTL gates, a M6800 processor and an old television
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MARCAN also offers the Mediatechnics Impact M6800 standalone automated duplicator with four 8X recorders for $8495, as well as the Mediatechnics MS4400/8800 series of manual systems.