- on Microcontrollers
- Published in issue 7/2014 on page 48
SAME: Chip-8 Video Games Emulator
Single Arcade Machine Emulator on a PSoC
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R1 = 270Ohm 0.25W 5%
R2 = 820Ohm 0.25W 5%
R3,R4 = 2.7kOhm 0.25W 5%
R5 = 1kOhm 0.25W 5%
R6 = 100Ohm .25W 5 %
R7 = wire link (see text)
P1 = 47kOhm trimpot
C1,C4,C5 = 10µF 50V radial
C1,C2,C3,C4,C5,C6,C7 = 100nF 50V 20%
LED1 = LED, red, 3mm
IC1 = CY8C29466, Cypress PSoC, programmed, Elektor Store # 130469-41
IC2 = 24LC256 EEPROM
IC3 = LM317
S1–S9 = pushbutton, PCB mount, 24V 50mA, 6x6 mm
S10,S11 = on/off switch
8-way DIL IC socket for IC2 (see text)
LCD1 = 128x64 pixels, e.g. Vatronix TG12864B-03 or Midas MC128064A6W (see text)
Bz1 = 5 V buzzer