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  Motorola 68000 microprocessor family
Motorola 68000 (MC68000) is the first member of 680x0 line of microprocessors.
Motorola also made 68008 - a version of 68000 CPU with 8-bit external data bus.
The 68000 architecture was much more flexible than other CPU families (z80, 80x86, z80000, etc) from programming point of view as it could be easily expanded to support full 32-bit data and address buses.
www.cpu-world.com /CPUs/68000   (283 words)

  PDA Encyclopedia - Motorola 68000
The Motorola 68000 is a CISC microprocessor, the first member of a successful family of microprocessors, which were all mostly software compatible.
In the Sega Saturn, the 68000 was used as the sound processor, and in the Atari Jaguar they were used as a main controller for all the other dedicated hardware IC's.
The 68000 was also unable to correctly return from an exception on a failing memory access, a crucial feature to enable true virtual memory.
www.pdasupport.com /PDAencyclopediaMotorola68000.htm   (1984 words)

 MundayWeb.com - Motorola MC68000 IDE
It is a full application that provides an Integrated Devlopment Environment (IDE) for writing programs for the Motorola MC68000 processor.
Therefore, an assembler and emulator for the Motorola MC68000 processor are required in order to use the program.
When the program loads for the first time, it will ask the user where the assembler and emulator can be found.
www.mundayweb.com /progs/mc68000.php   (385 words)

 MOTOROLA 68000 - Definition
The successor to the Motorola 6809 and followed by the Motorola 68010.
The 68000 was used in many workstations, notably early Sun-2 machines, and personal computers, notably Apple Computer's first Macintoshes and the Amiga.
Variants of the 68000 include the 68HC000 (a low-power HCMOS implementation) and the 68008 (an eight-bit data bus version used in the Sinclair QL).
www.hyperdictionary.com /dictionary/Motorola+68000   (291 words)

 Motorola 68000 - tScholars.com
The Motorola 68000 is a 32 bit CISC microprocessor, the first member of a successful family of microprocessors from Motorola, which were all mostly software compatible.
Motorola ceased production of the original NMOS 68000 in 2000, although derivatives continue in production, such as the 68HC000 (a pin compatible, HCMOS version of 68000), the 680x0 family and the CPU32 family.
The 68000 was also unable to easily support virtual memory, which requires the ability to trap and recover from a failed memory access.
www.tscholars.com /encyclopedia/Motorola_68000   (2676 words)

 Motorola 68000 - Questionz.net , answers to all your questions   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Motorola 68000 is a CISC microprocessor, the first member of a successful family of microprocessors, which were all mostly software compatible.
Initial samples of the 68000 were released in 1982, and competed against the Intel 8086 and Intel 80286 with some success.
Status register The 68000 comparison, arithmetic and logic operations set bits in a status register to record their results for use by later conditional jumps.
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 Urban Dictionary: 68000
The 68000 is still used in the Ti-89.
The 68000 has eight 32-bit data registers, (d0-d7) and eight address registers, (a0-a7).
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www.urbandictionary.com /define.php?term=68000   (168 words)

 Linux/m68k: Linux on Motorola's 68000 Processor
The “m68k” stands for the Motorola 68000 series of processors, found at the heart of popular computers like the Apple Macintosh, the Amiga, the Atari ST and its successors (the Atari TT, Medusa and Falcon), as well as the Sun 3, NeXT, Hewlett-Packard/Apollo Domain workstations and others.
The MC68020 (with the MC68851 memory management unit), MC68030, MC68040, MC68LC040 and MC68060 are the only CPUs in the 68000 family supported by Linux/m68k, because Linux (like other Unix-like operating systems) requires a memory management unit (MMU) for protected and virtual memory support.
Binary compatibility with other Unix-like operating systems on Motorola platforms (similar to iBCS on Intel) is another area that could be developed further and may follow with the Sun 3 port.
www.linuxjournal.com /article/2090   (2100 words)

 Motorola - Motorola 68000 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Article covering the history, architecture and instructions sets of the 68000 processor used in the A500 and A1000 machines.
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Freescale Semiconductor, Inc., formerly a Motorola Company, became a publicly traded company in July 2004 after more than 50 years as part of Motorola, Inc. 
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© Copyright 1994-2007 Motorola, Inc. All rights reserved.
www.motorola.com /content.jsp?globalObjectId=5335   (60 words)

 MC68000 Product Summary Page
The MC68HC001 is also a CMOS version of the original MC68000 with 8-/16-bit selectable data bus.
The MC68EC000 version provides a lower cost 68000 solution.
The MC68SEC000 version provides a static, low power implementation consuming only 15.0mA in normal 3.3V operation and 0.5mA in static standby mode.
e-www.motorola.com /webapp/sps/site/prod_summary.jsp?code=MC68000   (117 words)

 Motorola 68000 - OneLook Dictionary Search   (Site not responding. Last check: )
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Motorola 68000 : Free On-line Dictionary of Computing [home, info]
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 NEXTSTEP - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
NEXTSTEP is the original object-oriented, multitasking operating system that NeXT Computer, Inc. developed to run on its proprietary NeXT computers (informally known as "fl boxes").
NEXTSTEP 1.0 was released on 18 September 1989 after several previews starting in 1986, and the last release 3.3 in early 1995, by which time it ran not only on Motorola 68000 family processors (specifically the original fl boxes), but also generic IBM compatible x86/Intel, Sun SPARC, and HP PA-RISC.
About the time of the 3.2 release NeXT teamed up with Sun Microsystems to develop OpenStep, a cross-platform standard and implementation (for Sun Solaris, Microsoft Windows, and NeXT's version of the Mach kernel) based on NEXTSTEP 3.2.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/NeXTSTEP   (650 words)

 The Linux/m68k Home Pages
Linux operating system to run on systems using Motorola's 68020, 68030, 68040 and 68060 microprocessors.
Apple Macintosh models, and several VMEbus single-board computers from BVM, Motorola and
In addition, ports are underway (with varying levels of progress) to the HP 9000/300 series, the
www.linux-m68k.org   (323 words)

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