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This is a link page between the Megaprocesor website and the Homebrew CPU Ring...

If you've arrived here from the Homebrew Ring :
The Megaprocessor is a CPU built from discrete transistors. It's built so that the state of its logic is made visible. All inputs and outputs of every logic gate have LEDs showing what is going on. It makes for a lot of LEDs. As of March 2016 the build is essentially complete and I'm about to start integration. There is a picture of one of my 8 b-bit adders below. To explore the rest of the site please use the menu to the left.
Picture of 8 bit adder

If you've arrived here browsing the Megaprocessor website :
The Homebrew ring is a collection of links to websites of home built computers. There are a set of links below to explore it.

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To join the Homebuilt CPUs ring, drop Warren a line, mentioning your page's URL.
He'll then add it to the list.
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The ring is chartered for projects that include a home-built CPU. It can emulate a commercial part, that's OK. But actually using that commercial CPU doesn't rate. Likewise, the project must have been at least partially built: pure paper designs don't rate either. It can be built using any technology you like, from relays to FPGAs