Has anyone ever made a z80 out of 7400 series parts?

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  • LS6502

    6502 processor implemented in Logisim

    I thought about something similar for the 6502. I created a stimulated version of the 6202, then I thought of implanting it with TTL series on breadboards. I think it is feasible, but complex and tidious. More that 50 chip I guess. Believe it or not, the most expensive part above all others are multiplexes. 8 bits Mux-8 requires lot of chips. Link to 6502 simulationLS6502.

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