AIM 65 was Rockwell’s SBC, in the tradition of KIM-1 and VIM/SYM-1, sharing the Application and Expansion connector designs, so add-ons could be used on all three. The Keypad/LED was replaced with a full keyboard and a 20 character display, making it more like a desktop computer than a SBC.
The AIM 65 (Advanced Interactive Monitor 65) has a 6502 CPU at 1 MHz and 1-4K RAM
The Rockwell AIM 65 computer is a development computer, introduced in 1978, based on the MOS Technology 6502 microprocessor. Available software included a line-oriented machine code monitor, BASIC interpreter, assembler, Pascal, PL/65, and FORTH development system.
Later developments were the AIM 65/40 (40 character display, memory banks) and the RM 65 card based development system.
After 1984 Rockwell discontinued the AIM 65 and RM 65 product lines.
- AIM 65
- My AIM 65s
- AIM 65 magazines
- AIM 65/40
- RM 65
- Rockwell AIM 65 books
- SPS Software Preparation System
- 6502 books including AIM 65
- 6502 magazines (MICRO MAG has many AIM 65 articles)
- AIM 65/SYM-1/KIM-1 expansion hardware
|De PC 100 getest, an article by me, Hans Otten, August 1980,
in Radio Bulletin about the Siemens PC100, an AIM 65 with a case,
German documentation and sold by Siemens, Brutech in the Netherlands.
The late Andrew Jacobs set up a web site with relevant 6502 information. It is lost now. This site is reproduced here...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FY4wjTuzkM8 1979 - Educational trainers Educational instruments division was the...
Tiny Basic Tom Pitman's Tiny basic. Small enough to fit in the 1K KIM-1, yet a real Basic interpreter Ti...
1977 01 Tiny Basic a mini language for your micro 1977 01 What's that Digital Group Really Doing ...