an eight-bit microprocessor, the first sold by mos technology. the 6501 pin-compatible with the motorola 6800 and was the first member of the 650x series. it had an on-chip clock oscillator.
see also 6502.
hardware an eight-bit microprocessor designed by mos technology around 1975 and made by rockwell. unlike the intel 8080 and its kind, the 6502 had very few registers. it was an 8-bit processor, with 16-bit address bus. inside was one 8-bit data register (acc-mulator), two 8-bit index registers and an 8-bit stack pointer (stack was preset […]
hardware a family of microprocessors from mos technologies, based on the design of the motorola 6800 (introduced around 1975). the family included the 6502 used in several early personal computers.
processor a successor to the 6502. the 6510 was used in the commodore 64c. successors included the 8502 used in the commodore 128 line. (2001-01-02)
mos technology 6526
processor an expanded version of the 6502, with which it is compatible. it has 16-bit index registers and stack pointer, a 16-bit direct page register and a 24-bit address bus. used in later models of the apple ii. (1994-10-31)