MyMENSCH™ Microcomputer is a small single board computer (SBC), 1.50” x 2.75”, using a Programmable logic System on a Chip (PSoC) Intel PSG MAX10 10M08 FPGA. The W65Cx65MMC was defined by Bill Mensch and David Gray. Bill Mensch is WDC’s founder who invented, designed, and licensed the 65816 microprocessor, original 6522, and W65C22S VIA for use in application specific systems. David Gray in WDC’s VP for Technology Development, managing aspects of WDC’s continuing development of all forms of WDC’s product lines from Chips, Boards, Tools, and IP/Cores.
Learning to code in Machine language, Assembly Language, and C language as well as learning to describe hardware with software using Verilog HDL for use in different types of FPGA boards from Altera/Intel, Lattice, Microsemi, and Xilinx already at colleges of engineering provides an excellent basis for a future as an engineer. Describing hardware with software supports further re-targeting to low cost and high performance ASICs for high volume or application specific commercial use.
Exploring the fundamentals of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) with MyMENSCH™ Microcomputer provides a strong foundation for understanding of all kinds of electronics and computer technologies such as the x86 microprocessors from Intel, used on PCs and Macs, and ARM microprocessors, used in all kinds of Android Tablets and iOS and Android Smartphones.Learn More..