Intel 8086 emulator on Arduino UNO (atmega328p)
1. What is this?
avr-x86 is an 8086 emulator running on Arduino UNO (atmega328p) and upper. The emulator core is based on fake86 and a port of corax89 at https://github.com/corax89/Ardui...avr-x86 can load assembly programs from the SD card and run it.
As you can see, avr-x86 is running Brainfuck on Proteus simulation.
2. What can it do?
- Emulating a complete 8086/80186 CPU
- Text/Console interface through serial
- Load program from SD card
- Virtual RAM feature (Virtual RAM file on SD card, not the AVR's RAM, so you can have more ram than AVR support)
- Add BIOS/HD support
- Reduce sketch size
- Fake86 by Mike Chambers
- Fake86 port to Arduino by corax89
- Fat16 library by William Greiman
5. Link to GitHub: https://github.com/raspiduino/av...
6. Note: There are prebuilt hex for an Arduino UNO bellow
Sketch uses 32130 bytes (99%) of program storage space. Maximum is 32256 bytes.
Global variables use 1176 bytes (57%) of dynamic memory, leaving 872 bytes for local variables. Maximum is 2048 bytes.