Backpack Emulator. R65-11EB Datasheet

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Part R65-11EB
Description Backpack Emulator
Feature '1'Rockwell R65111ES-R65/11EAB R65/11EB and R65/11EAB Backpack Emulator INTRODUCTION The Rockwell .
Manufacture Rockwell
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R65-11EB
'1'Rockwell
R65111ES-R65/11EAB
R65/11EB and R65/11EAB
Backpack Emulator
INTRODUCTION
The Rockwell R65/11EB and R65/11EAB Backpack Emulator are
PROM prototyping versions of the 8-bit, masked-ROM R6500111
and R6500/15 one-chip microcomputers. like the R6500/11, the
backpack device is totally upward/downward compatible with all
members of the R6500/11 family. It is designed 10 accept standard
5-volt, 24-pin EPROMs or ROMs directly, in a socket on top of the
Emulator. This packaging concept allows a standard EPROM to
be easily removed, re-programmed, then reinserted as often as
desired.
The backpack devices have the same pinouts as the masked-
ROM R6500/11 and R6500/15 microcomputers. These 40 pins are
functionally and operationally identical to the pins on the R6500111.
The R6500/11 Microcomputer Product Description (Order
No. 2119) includes a description of the interface signals and their
functions. Whereas the masked-ROM R6500111 provides 3K bytes
of read-only memory, the R65111EB will address 4K bytes of exter-
nal program memory. This extra memory accommodates program
patches, test programs or optional programs during breadboard
and prototype development states.
ORDERING INFORMATION
Part
Number
R65/11EB
R65/11EAB
BACKPACK EMULATOR
Memory
Capacity
4K x a
4K x a
Compatible
Memories
2732
2732A
Temperature
Range and Speed
ODClo 70DC
1 MHz
ODCto 70DC
2MHz
Part
Number
RDC·3101
RDC·3030
RDC·309
SUPPORT PRODUCTS
Description
Low Cost Emulator (LCE) Development System
LCE PROM Programmer Module
1 or 2·MHz R6500/11 Personality Module
FEATURES
• PROM version of the R6500/11 and R6500/15
• Completely pin compatible with R6500/11 single-chip
microcomputers
• Profile approaches 40-pin DIP of R6500/11
• Accepts 5 volt, 24-pin industry-standard EMPROMS-4K
memories-2732, 2732A (4K bytes addressable)
• Use as prototyping tool or for low volume production
• 4K bytes of memory capacity
• 192 x 8 static RAM
• Separate power pin for 32 bytes of RAM
• Software compatibility with the R6500 family
• 32 bi-directional TIL compatible I/O lines (4 ports)
• Two 16-bit programmable counter/latches with six modes
(interval timer, pulse generator, event counter, pulse width
measurement, asymmetrical pulse generator, and retriggerable
interval timer)
• 10 interrupts (reset, non-maskable, four external edge sensi-
tive, 2 counters, serial data received, serial data transmitted)
• Crystal or external time base
• Single + 5V power supply
Note: R6500/11 describes both R6500111 and R6500115.
R65/11EB Backpack Emulator
Document No. 29001013
Data Sheet
3·98
Order No. 0113
Rev. 1, June 1987



R65-11EB
R65/11EB and R65111EAB
CONFIGURATIONS
The Backpack Emulator is available in two different versions, to
accommodate 1 MHz and 2 MHz speeds. Both versions provide
192 bytes of RAM and I/O, as well as 24 signals to support the
external memory "backpack" socket.
The emulator will relocate the EPROM address space to FXXX
(see Memory Map). EPROM addresses FFA through FFF must
contain the interrupt vectors.
EXTERNAL FREQUENCY REFERENCE
The external frequency reference may be a crystal or a clock. The
R65/11EB and R65/11EAB divide the input clock by two regard-
less of the source.
1/0 PORT PULLUPS
The devices have internal I/O port pull-up resistors on ports A, B,
& C. Port D has push-pull drivers.
Backpack Emulator
MODE CONTROL REGISTER
Bit 6 of the MODE CONTROL REGISTER (MCR6) must be set to
1 if Bit 7 (MCR7) is set to 0. (R65/11EB and R65/11EAB only).
PRODUCT SUPPORT
The Backpack Emulator is just one of the products that Rockwell
offers to facilitate system and program development for the
R6500/11.
The Low Cost Emulator (LCE) Development System with R6500/11
Personality Module supports both hardware and software develop-
ment. Complete in-circuit user emulation with the R6500111 Per-
sonality Module allows total system test and evaluation. With the
optional PROM Programmer, the LCE can also be used to program
EPROMs for the development activity. When PROM programs
have been finalized, the PROM device can be sent to Rockwell
for masking into the 3K ROM of the R6500/11 or the 4K ROM of
the R6500/15.
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XTLI
XTLO
VCC,VRR,VSS
VCC,VSS
PROM!
ROM
f-_....;O;;.;o-O::..7'---....I~~
t -_ _8_ _--...,
12';....._ _-1
OE
24 PROM/ROM
PINS
R65/11EB Interface Diagram
3-99
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40 R6500/11
COMPATIBLE PINS





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