Motorola 6800

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The Motorola 6800 is a single chip computer introduced by integrated circuit manufacturer Motorola in 1974.[1] The 6800 could address 64 kilobytes of memory.[2] The control registers for its peripheral devices shared the same bus used to address memory.


  1. The Industrial Era: 1974 - 1975, The History of Computing Project. Retrieved on 2008-11-27.
  2. Microcontrollers: A Brief Summary of the first 20 years of Microprocessor Evolution (1971 -1993), University of Bolton. Retrieved on 2008-11-27. mirror