Created: Feb 21, 2003
Updated: Dec 20, 2009
SVN Updated: Mar 10, 2009
Other project properties
Development status: Alpha
WishBone Compliant: No
The k68 is a 68k binary compatible CRISC processor. It supports all twelve (12) addressing modes and most of the instructions for a 68000. It has 32-bit external address and data busses. It has eight (8) data and eight (8) address registers where the last address register also acts as a Stack Pointer. It has only one mode of operation and makes no distinction between user mode and supervisor mode.
- Supports all twelve 68000 addressing modes.
- Binary compatible with the standard 68000.
- Capable of executing most 68000 instructions.
- 32-bit external busses.
- 8 Data and 8 Address Registers where the last address register is the SP.
- Single mode of operation, no user and supervisor modes.
- Internal Harvard architecture.
- CRISC Architecture.
- Not optimized. (I figure that the architecture could be further optimized).
- Files available in CVS
- Many unresolved bugs (if you intend to work on it, please email me to get a head start).
- I'm still working on improving it bit-by-bit (pun intended)
- It is prototyped and working on a Spartan2-200 at 20+MHz without hardware MUL/DIV.