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The Western Design Center Inc.

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W65C02SXB Single-Board Computer (SBC)

This SBC features WDC's iconic W65C02S microprocessor along with the W65C21 PIA, W65C22 VIA, and W65C51N ACIA.

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W65C265SXB SBC

With the 65816-based W65C265S MCU, there are 4x UARTS, timers, tone generators, IO, and a feature-rich monitor.

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W65CX65MMCA MyMENSCH™ Rev-A SBC

MyMENSCH Rev-A is the first of 3 FPGA microcontroller-based boards from WDC. This board features the Intel MAX10M08SC FPGA.

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About The Western Design Center Inc.

The Western Design Center Inc. (WDC) was founded in 1978 by William D. Mensch, Jr. WDC has licensed its 65xx brand microprocessor Intellectual Property (IP/Cores) to the electronics industry since 1981. WDC is a pioneer in the design and licensing of microprocessor technology Intellectual Property (IP) cores and inspired Acorn engineers to create the wildly popular ARMxx series of microprocessors. GTE, Rockwell, MOS Technology, Synertek, and NCR were some of WDC’s first licensees. WDC began selling 65xx brand microprocessor chips to Apple Computer in 1984 making it the first supplier of microprocessors as a fabless semiconductor company.