Looking for Motorola 6809 emulator

Kevin Cozens kcozens-qazKcTl6WRFWk0Htik3J/w at public.gmane.org
Wed Jul 28 14:36:27 UTC 2004

At 06:40 PM 06/20/2004, Peter Hiscocks wrote:
>These are the ones that I believe were originally developed at U of T for
>use in their classrooms. They are quite large, and I'll have to look for

The old Motorola development kits were also rather large. I modified my D2 
kit to use an '09 back in 1976 (or was it '78) so it says something about 
how long that processor has been around.

>We're now using a 68HC11 board that Jim and I developed, called the MPP
>Board. It's available as a kit and described on my company web page:

Thought it might have been the 68HC11 board. A few years ago when I was 
doing some work for CTTS on the top floor of the T building I saw a note 
about that board on the door of your office. I built one and have it 
running but haven't done much with it yet other than giving you some 
corrections to the manual.


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