I like the idea of 1802! Hmm. I wouldn't shy away from bipolar ROM's, I'm sure someone in the group can program them for the rest. If not, I would be happy to burn some chips for the group.... but it will cost more to ship from Canada and my visits across the border are few per year.
8008 would be a nice one too, sort of like a Mark-8.
Date: Wed, 6 Aug 2014 08:11:29 -0400
Subject: Re: [N8VEM-S100:4847] An 8085 S-100 Board
Compupro's 8085/8088 board was always a favorite, and except for a single 74S288 32x8 PROM looks pretty straight forward to clone.
I don't suspect many of us can burn bipolar proms, but folks have replaced bipolar proms with GAL's,
Personally I'd rather see other vintage CPU's like the 8088, 1802 or 6800/6809 :)
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