1983 The Apple II Circuit Description & 40+ Large Fold-out Schematics diagrams. 1983 The Apple II Circuit Description - large book with 40+ large 3-page schematics. 1983 The Apple II Circuit Description. Softcover, 172 pages, with 40+ three-page fold-out schematics. Covers all Apple II motherboard and keyboard revisions.
Describes the Apple II hardware in detail. Provides accurate schematics and verified waveforms to rely on for servicing and repair. Explains the advanced concepts of daisy chains, interrupts, direct memory access and the ready line.Contains tutorials on video signals, memory ICs, and the 6502 microprocessor. Each chapter contains an overview for the beginner and a detailed section for the advanced.
Contains Apple II information you won't find anywhere else. For hardcore hackers and hobbyists, this book may be just what you are looking for. The Apple II Circuit Description is a large book stuffed with all sorts of hardware information on Apples from Rev. Although the IIe is not covered, this is still a very valuable book. It is tough, thorough, and labyrinthine.Six chapters examine every bit of the Apple circuitry. You get information on the 6502, on I/O, video display, and timing. Chock full of diagrams and schematics, this book makes a good addition to your library. One surprise is that all the schematics and diagrams are readable. Gayler did a monumental job in writing the book. It is well-organized and well-planned. This book isn't for everybody. You do need some prior knowledge of electronics to understand most of the concepts. But for the serious hacker and hobbyist, as well as anyone involved in repairing Apples, this may be one of the most important and informative books you will own. Comes with 44 fold-out diagram pages at the rear, which refer to the indicated chapters/appendixes. 1-1: Diagram of the Apple II RFI Motherboard. 2-1: Apple II Block Diagram.
3-7: Clock Synchronization - CR3 and CR4. 8-34: Mix LOWRES and Text. B-2: Vertical Sync - Rev 7. B-4: Colorburst - Rev 0 and 1.B-8: Y Scan - Single Keyboard. C-3: Video Address Generator (All Revisions). C-4: Memory Address - Part 1 (Rev 0, 1). C-5: Memory Address - Part 1 (Rev 7, RFI). C-6: Memory Address - Part 2 (All Revisions).
C-8: Microprocessor (Rev 0, 1, 7). C-11: Peripheral I/O (All Revisions). C-12: On-Board I/O - Part 1 (All Revisions). C-13: On-Board I/O - Part 2 (All Revisions). C-14: Video Generator - Part 1 (Rev 0).
C-15: Video Generator - Part 1 (Rev 1). C-16: Video Generator - Part 1 (Rev 7, RFI). C-17: Video Generator - Part 2 (Rev 0). C-18: Video Generator - Part 2 (Rev 1).C-19: Video Generator - Part 2 (Rev 7). C-20: Video Generator - Part 2 (RFI).
Please refer to the pictures. Everything shown in the pictures is included. If there is any part that you believe should be there but is not in the pictures, please consider that it is not included. Please refer to the pictures for more info. The book is used and the condition is good with very little markings.
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