The following emulator files provide complete machine emulation for various systems:

A MITS Altair 8800/IMSAI 8080 emulator with front panel, 64K of RAM, 1 88-SIO S-100 serial port (expandable to 127 serial ports), and 8080 CPU. Contains a port manager for easily adding/removing serial ports and connetting them to cable components.

A Cosmac Elf emulator, as described in the August 1976 issue of Popular Electronics.

This component emulates an Intel Intellec8 microcomputer with an 8008 CPU, 16 Kb of RAM, and an Imm8-60 serial interface connected to a VT05.

A DEC PDP-11/24 emulator, comprised of a PDP-11/24 CPU, 124 Kb RAM, 1 DL11-W serial interface, and a VT05 system console.

Sample emulators

The following files are provided with CEF32 as examples.

A sample emulator file that configures a Fairchild 3851/3853 CPU and 64 Kb of RAM.

A sample emulator file for the Processor Technology SOL-20 computer. It references a non-existent ROM file, but appears to work if you provide a valid ROM image.

A sample emulator file. It references non-existent files, but serves as an example of an emulator file.