Build Your Own Z80 Computer

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Build Your Own Z80 Computer: design guidelines and application notes is a book written by Steve Ciarcia, published in 1981 by McGraw-Hill.

The book explains step-by-step the process of building a computer from the ground up, using the Zilog Z80 8-bit Microprocessors, including building a power supply,[1] keyboard, and interfaces to a CRT terminal and tape drive.[2]


  1. ^ Ciarcia, Steve (1981). "Chapter 1 Power Supply". Build Your Own Z80 Computer. Computing McGraw-Hill. 
  2. ^ Ciarcia, Steve (1981). "Chapter 5 The Basic Peripherals". Build Your Own Z80 Computer. Computing McGraw-Hill. pp. 129–149. ISBN 978-0-07-010962-9. 

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