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Junk Box Arduino: Ten Projects in Upcycled Electronics by James R. Strickland

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© James R. Strickland 2016

James R. Strickland, Junk Box Arduino, 10.1007/978-1-4842-1425-1_11

11. Z80 Explorer

James R. Strickland

(1)Highlands Ranch, Colorado, USA

Well, here we are. The last chapter. This one’s the payoff, the big one, the microprocessor chapter. This is the chapter where we finally go inside a system not too different from the Cestino’s ATmega1284P microcontroller and really see what goes on behind the curtain. We’re going to build the Z80 explorer, shown in Figure 11-1.

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Figure 11-1. The Z80 Explorer

In previous chapters, like Chapter 10, where I talked about interrupts at some length, you’ve had to take it on faith that I’m right. ...

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