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 ==== ZZ80RC ==== ==== ZZ80RC ====
  
-[[:​builderpages:​plasmo:​ZZ80RC|]] is a CP/​M2.2-ready SBC based on Z280 processor configured to operate in the Z80-bus compatible mode.  It is designed to plug into the RC2014 bus.+[[:​builderpages:​plasmo:​zz80rc|ZZ80RC]] is a CP/​M2.2-ready SBC based on Z280 processor configured to operate in the Z80-bus compatible mode. It is designed to plug into the RC2014 bus
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 +[[:​www.retrobrewcomputers.orghttps:​www.retrobrewcomputers.org:​doku.php?​id=:​builderpages:​plasmo:​zz80cf|ZZ80CF]] is an enhanced version of ZZ80RC with a CF flash interface. Like ZZ80RC, it is in all through-hole technology in standard RC2014 format of 100mm x 50mm.
  
 ==== ProtoRC ==== ==== ProtoRC ====
  
-[[:​builderpages:​plasmo:​protorc|ProtoRC]] is a 100mm x 100mm prototype board. It centered around ​Altera EPM7128 CPLD which interface RC2014 signals on one side and 0.1" grid array experiment area on the other side.+[[:​builderpages:​plasmo:​protorc|ProtoRC]] is a 100mm x 100mm prototype board. It centered around ​an Altera EPM7128 CPLD which interface RC2014 signals on one side and 0.1" grid array experiment area on the other side
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 +  * [[:​builderpages:​plasmo:​protorc:​protolcd|ProtoLCD]] is prototype of 4-line LCD display on a ProtoRC board. 
 +  * [[:​builderpages:​plasmo:​protorc:​protosio2|ProtoSIO2]] is prototype of Zilog SIO/2 serial device on a ProtoRC board 
 +  * [[:​builderpages:​plasmo:​protorc:​protosound|ProtoSound]] is prototype of AY2149F on a ProtoRC board. 
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 +[[:​builderpages:​plasmo:​protorc1|ProtoRC1]] is a 100mm x 75mm prototype board. It centered around an Altera EPM7128S CPLD. There are more dedicated 7-segment displays and compact flash interface. The prototype area is limited to one row of 300-mil or 600-mil DIPs. 
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 +  * [[:​builderpages:​plasmo:​protorc1:​protocf|ProtoCF]] is a 8-bit compact flash interface on ProtoRC1 board 
 +  * [[:​builderpages:​plasmo:​protorc1:​protosd|ProtoSD]] is a SD card interface on ProtoRC1 board 
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 +[[:​builderpages:​plasmo:​protorc2|ProtoRC2]] is very similar to ProtoRC1 with the addition of a connector for 4×20 LCD character display. 
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 +[[:​builderpages:​plasmo:​protorc3|ProtoRC3]] uses through-hole components only. The CPLD is Altera EPM7064S in 44-pin PLCC package socketed in a through-hole PLCC socket. 
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 +==== Z80SBCRC ==== 
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 +[[:​builderpages:​plasmo:​z80sbcrc|Z80 single board computer for RC2014]] is in the standard RC2014 format of 100mm x 50mm. It is a ROM-less implementation that operates at 20MHz. It also has a compact flash interface. 
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 +[[:​builderpages:​plasmo:​z80sbc64|Z80SBC64]] is a hobbyist friendly version of Z80SBCRC. All components are in through-hole technology and remain in the standard 100mm x 50mm board size. 
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 +==== G8PP ==== 
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 +[[:​builderpages:​plasmo:​g8pp|Generic 8-bit processors prototype]] board is a mixture of printed wirings and prototype area to accommodate different 8-bit, 5V processors of 1970's and 1980's.
  
 ==== T68KRC ==== ==== T68KRC ====
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