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The W65816 (also: 65C816), a 16-bit microprocessor developed by the Western Design Center (WDC), is an expanded and compatible successor to the venerable MOS Technology 6502. The 65816 has two 16-bit index registers, a stack pointer, a 16-bit direct page register, and a 24-bit address bus.


Notable uses of the W65816

References

This article was originally based on material from the Free On-line Dictionary of Computing, which is licensed under the GFDL.

  • Eyes, David; Lichty, Ron (1986). Programming the 65816 including the 6502, 65C02, and 65802. New York: Brady/Prentice Hall. ISBN 0-89303-789-3.

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List of 65xx(x)-based products from MOS Technology and the Western Design Center

Single board computers (kits), and microprocessors: MOS/CBM KIM-1 | 6501 | 6502 | 6507 | 6508 | 6509 | 6510/7501/8510 | 8500 | 8502 | W65C02 | W65816 | W65802
Support chips: 6520 PIA | 6522 VIA | 6526 CIA | 6529 SPIA | 6530 RRIOT | 6532 RIOT | 6551 ACIA | 6560 VIC | 6567 VIC-II | 6581 SID | 6845 | 7360 TED | 8563 VDC


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WDC 65816/65802 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (699 words)
The WDC 65816 (also: 65C816), a 16-bit microprocessor CPU developed by the Western Design Center (WDC), is an expanded and compatible successor to the venerable MOS Technology 6502.
The 65816 was second-sourced by GTE, Sanyo and a couple of other semiconductor companies from the mid-to-late 1980s to the early 1990s.
The 65802 was produced by WDC and GTE during the mid-to-late 1980s and early 1990s.
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