MOS Technology 6508
The MOS Technology 6508 is an 8-bit microprocessor designed by MOS Technology. Based on the popular 6502, the 6508 was augmented with two additional features: an internal 8-bit digital I/O port and 25...
MOS Technology CIA
The 6526/8521 Complex Interface Adapter (CIA) was an integrated circuit made by MOS Technology. It served as an I/O port controller for the 6502 family of microprocessors, providing for parallel and s...
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MOS Technology 6522
The 6522 Versatile Interface Adapter (VIA) was an integrated circuit made by MOS Technology, as well as second sources including Rockwell and Synertek. It served as an I/O port controller for the 6502...
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MOS Technology VIC-II
The VIC-II (Video Interface Chip II), specifically known as the MOS Technology 6567/8562/8564 (NTSC versions), 6569/8565/8566 (PAL), is the microchip tasked with generating Y/C video signals (combined...
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MOS Technology 6532
The 6532 RAM-I/O-Timer (RIOT) was an integrated circuit made by MOS Technology, as well as second sources such as Rockwell. It incorporated 128 bytes of static RAM, two bidirectional 8-bit digital inp...
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MOS Technology Agnus
The MOS Technology "Agnus", usually called Agnus is an integrated circuit in the custom chipset of the Commodore Amiga computer. The Agnus, Denise and Paula chips collectively formed the OCS and ECS ...
MOS Technology 4510
The CSG 65CE02 is a 8/16-bit microprocessor developed by Commodore Semiconductor Group in 1988. It is a member of the MOS Technology 6502 family.
The 65CE02 is an improved version of the 6502. I...
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MOS Technology 6509
The MOS Technology 6509, an enhanced version of the popular 6502 microprocessor, was capable of addressing up to 1 megabyte of RAM via bank switching. While numerous 6502-based processors could do ban...
MOS Technology RRIOT
The 6530 ROM-RAM-I/O-Timer (RRIOT) was an integrated circuit made by MOS Technology, as well as second sources such as Rockwell. It was very similar to the MOS 6532 RIOT, but it incorporated 1 KB of R...
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MOS Technology 6507
The 6507 is an 8-bit microprocessor from MOS Technology, Inc.It is essentially a 6502 chip in a smaller, cheaper 28-pin package. To do this, A15 to A13 and some other signals such as the interrupt lin...
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MOS Technology TED
The 7360 Text Editing Device (TED) was an integrated circuit made by MOS Technology, Inc. It was a video chip that also contained sound generation hardware, DRAM refresh circuitry, interval timers, an...
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MOS Technology 65CE02
The CSG 65CE02 is a 8/16-bit microprocessor developed by Commodore Semiconductor Group in 1988. It is a member of the MOS Technology 6502 family.
The 65CE02 is an improved version of the 6502. I...
MOS Technology VIC
The VIC (Video Interface Chip), specifically known as the MOS Technology 6560 (NTSC version) / 6561 (PAL version), is the integrated circuit chip responsible for generating video graphics and sound in...
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MOS Technology 8563
The 8563 Video Display Controller (VDC) was an integrated circuit produced by MOS Technology. It was used in the Commodore 128 computer to generate an 80-column (640×200 pixel) RGB video display, runn...
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MOS Technology SID
The MOS Technology 6581/8580 SID (Sound Interface Device) is the built-in Programmable Sound Generator chip of Commodore's CBM-II, Commodore 64, Commodore 128 and Commodore MAX Machine home computers...
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MOS Technology 6510
The MOS Technology 6510 is an 8-bit microprocessor designed by MOS Technology, Inc., and is a modified form of the very successful 6502.The primary change from the 6502 was the addition of an 8-bit ge...
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MOS Technology 65xx
MOS Technology 65xx refers to a family of 8-bit microprocessors from MOS Technology, based on the Motorola 6800 (introduced ca. 1975). The 65xx family most notably included the 6502, used in several h...
MOS Technology 8568
The 8568 Video Display Controller (VDC) was MOS Technology's graphics processor responsible for the 80 column or RGBI display on D[CR] models of the Commodore 128 personal computer. In the Commodore ...
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Motorola 6845
The Motorola 6845 (commonly MC6845) is a video address generator first introduced by Motorola and used among others in the Videx VideoTerm display cards for the Apple II computers, in the MDA, HGC and...
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Peripheral Interface Adapter
The Peripheral Interface Adapter (PIA) is a peripheral integrated circuit providing parallel I/O interfacing capability for microprocessor systems.
Common PIAs include the Motorola MC6820 and MC68...
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MOS Technology 6502
The MOS Technology 6502 (pronounced "sixty-five-oh-two") is an 8-bit microprocessor that was designed by Chuck Peddle and Bill Mensch for MOS Technology. When it was introduced in 1975, the 6502 was, ...
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MOS Technology 6551
The 6551 Asynchronous Communications Interface Adapter (ACIA) was an integrated circuit made by MOS Technology. It served as a companion UART chip for the widely popular 6502 microprocessor. Intended ...
MOS Technology 8502
The MOS Technology 8502 was an 8-bit microprocessor designed by MOS Technology and used in the Commodore 128. Based on the MOS 6510 that was used in the Commodore 64, the 8502 added the ability to opt...
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MOS Technology SPI
The 6529 Single Port Interface (SPI aka PIO) was an integrated circuit made by MOS Technology. It served as an I/O controller for the 6502 family of microprocessors, providing a single 8-bit digital b...
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