Subject: Re: seeking 68040 references
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Eylon Caspi <eylon@Glue.umd.edu>
Date: 12/02/1994 17:38:48
At 6:40 PM 12/1/94, Eylon Caspi wrote:
> What is/are the essential references for the 68040 chip and 680x0
> family? And what might be a good place to get them? All I have right now
> is the "M68000 8/16/32-bit Microprocessor User's Manual," 6th Ed.
Thanks for all your replies! Following your suggestions, I've
had no trouble ordering 2 references from a local Motorola Semiconductor
office (free!). Attached is a list of sources of information for the
68040 & family. And don't underestimate your college or company
library! Thanks again for your responses; credit goes to:
Mat - firstname.lastname@example.org
Parag Patel - email@example.com
Patrick Killourhy - firstname.lastname@example.org
Allen Briggs - email@example.com
Ken Nakata - firstname.lastname@example.org
Christopher R. Bowman - crb@Glue.umd.edu
Distributed at no charge by your local Motorola office
(check phone book or www.mot.com for nearest site)
> M68000PM/AD: Programmer's Reference Manual
Programming info & instruction sets for 68000, 020, 040, 68851,
68881, 68882 (hmmm... "030" wasn't on the cover with the others).
> MC68040UM/AD: MC68040 User's Manual
Detailed hardware & programming info regarding the MC68040.
> MC68040DH/AD: MC68040 Designer's Handbook
Additional hardware info & interfacing issues.
> Hardware info on other 68xxx models (020, 030, etc.) are available
in other user's manuals, typically entitled "MC68xxx User's Manual."
> Mastering the 68000 Microprocessor. Robinson, TAB #1886
> 68000, 68010, 68020 Primer. Kelly-Bootle & Fowler, The Waite Group.
Howard Sams & Co., 1985.
> About a million other books (check your local bookstore)
> Motorola University Support Program (602) 952-3855
Handles university orders for hardware & literature
> Motorola WWW home page: www.mot.com