Freescale Semiconductor: 68k microprocessors, Freescale microprocessors, Motorola 68000, Motorola 68040, Motorola 68030, Motorola 68020

 
9781156996126: Freescale Semiconductor: 68k microprocessors, Freescale microprocessors, Motorola 68000, Motorola 68040, Motorola 68030, Motorola 68020
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 32. Chapters: 68k microprocessors, Freescale microprocessors, Motorola 68000, Motorola 68040, Motorola 68030, Motorola 68020, Motorola 68060, Motorola 68010, Freescale DragonBall, Freescale 683XX, Motorola 56000, QorIQ, Motorola 68000 family, PowerPC 7xx, PowerQUICC, List of Freescale products, PowerPC 5000, Freescale ColdFire, PowerPC e200, PowerPC e600, MPC5xx, PowerPC e500, Motorola 68008, PowerPC e700, PowerPC e5500, Motorola Single Board Computers, Freescale 68HC08, PowerPC e300, Motorola 68012, Motorola 68HC05, LUNA, Philips 68070. Excerpt: The Motorola 68000 is a 16/32-bit CISC microprocessor core designed and marketed by Freescale Semiconductor (formerly Motorola Semiconductor Products Sector). Introduced in 1979 with HMOS technology as the first member of the successful 32-bit m68k family of microprocessors, it is generally software forward compatible with the rest of the line despite being limited to a 16-bit wide external bus. After three decades in production, the 68000 architecture is still in use. Pre-release XC68000 chip manufactured in 1979 Motorola MC68000 (CLCC package) Motorola MC68000 (PLCC package)The 68000 grew out of the MACSS (Motorola Advanced Computer System on Silicon) project, begun in 1976 to develop an entirely new architecture without backward compatibility. It would be a higher-power sibling complementing the existing 8-bit 6800 line rather than a compatible successor. In the end, the 68000 did retain a bus protocol compatibility mode for existing 6800 peripheral devices, and a version with an 8-bit data bus was produced. However, the designers mainly focused on the future, or forward compatibility, which gave the M68K platform a head start against later 32-bit instruction set architectures. For instance, the CPU registers are 32 bits wide, though few self-contained structures in the processor itse...

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