Intel iSBC 80/30 System
This is a new page covering the iSBC 80/30 Single Board Computer (SBC).
This board was introduced in 1976 provide OEMs with an SBC to begin building
systems and applications using the 8080 processor. It was used with additional
boards from Intel to expand memory and I/O capabilities. It was the first Intel
iSBC 80/30 Single Board Computer Hardware Reference Manual Nov 85 9800611A
Monitor Source Code
Mon80p Ver 1.1 for iSBC 80/30 [1 Nov 1976]
iSBC 930 Monitor (MON830) for iSBC 80/30 [24 Apr 78]
iSBC 930 Monitor (MON830) for iSBC 80/30 Manual [24 Apr 78]
Port of iSBC 930 Monitor for iSBC 80/30 with Modified Commands 
These Intel SBCs would not run the Intel MDS OS nor the ISIS-II OS. It would require
special versions of these to run modified for the I/O port assignments. The boards
also required a modification to disable the onboard ROM and RAM. I took the queue
from the iSBC 80/24 board, which used one bit of one of the 8255s to disable ROM and
RAM. The ROM maps at address 0H which has to be RAM for any of the OSs to operate. The
RAM has to be disabled because it overlays external RAM, and the external RAM is the only
RAM available for DMA operations from the disk controller boards.
I was able to port CP/M-80 Version 2.2 to operate on this with an iSBC 064 RAM
board and either and iSBC 202 Floppy Disk Controler board.
CP/M-80 V2.2 Source for Intel System 80/10
Last updated: 16 September 2017