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65C02: Tear down, a look at the CMOS version of the 6502 CPU

Posted on Thursday, July 6th, 2017 in Teardowns by DP

A teardown video from Electronupdate:

The CMOS version of the commercially significant 6502: a processor architecture which launched the personal computer era.
This particular version was plucked off of an embedded industrial controller… a place where this processor still finds design wins.

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