[sdiy] Analysis of the TB-303 CPU timing

Tony Kalomiris weplar at gmail.com
Tue Mar 21 23:56:56 CET 2017

I bought a license for XDASM -DOS (Data Sync Engineering) back in the late
90's, and have been using that one exclusively, but it doesn't cover the
4-bit NEC range. What it does have is a customizable cpu table you can edit
and modify and comes with a fantastic instruction manual.
I had to do this for the NEC7810, IIRC.

I will give this a shot with the 303 cpu.

Re:IDA, I have used a pirated copy in the past, when I was disassembling
the JP-6 and it crashed, lost everything, as it was a packed backup..never
recovered. hah, law of car-mah.

On Tue, Mar 21, 2017 at 5:56 PM, Neil Johnson <neil.johnson71 at gmail.com>

> The IDA disassembler can cope with a wide variety of CPUs, including
> many of the 8-bit ones being discussed on this thread.
> My own feeble attempt at a disassembler is on github and can handle
> Atmel AVR
> Intel 8051
> Intel 8096 (including 196 variants)
> Mostek 6502
> Motorola 6809
> NEC 78K/III (uPD78310 family)
> Texas Instruments TMS7000
> Zilog Z80
> Always work-in-progress :)
> Neil
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