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I will try to find someone who can answer your question.
However, in the meantime I want to make you aware that the MCS-96 family is discontinued by Intel. Anything you were to do with that product is very likely to be without any technical support from Intel.
J. Felix McNulty
Community Moderator (Intel contractor)
Thank you very much for replying. I am aware that the MCS-96 fimily is discontinued by Intel. This is one of the reasons that we are thinking of developing an FPGA IP core for it. Any information about our (if any) obligations to the Intel in case of the development of FPGA IP core would be very helpful.
Dear Mr. Struharik and dear Mr. McNulty
I'm studing electrical engineering and have to write my master thesis soon.
And I'm interested to implement the MCS-96 (80C196) core in a FPGA too. I was working with it during my vocational training.
After I've read that the MCS-96 family is discontinued by Intel I decide to scrutinize this project for my master thesis and so found you posting here.
I don't have any commercial interest in here.Quite the opposite I'm thinking to publish it over opencore.org to learn more about this subject.
My question is therefore the same like Mr.Struharik. There are some licenses, copyrights etc. that would to inhibit my project and the publishing after.