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hardware_name  = Signetics 2636|
 
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type            = programmable video interface|
 
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Latest revision as of 20:42, 22 May 2020

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Signetics 2636
DesignerSignetics
ManufacturerSignetics
Typeprogrammable video interface
Release1975
Added to museumMPU-2000: March 22, 2018

The Signetics 2636 Programmable Video Interface (PVI) provides the circuits that were common in video game consoles in the mid-1970s on a single chip, including player inputs, background, moving objects, scoring, and audio signals.

Computers using the Signetics 2636N owned by WEC Museum

Title Manufacturer Release Added to museum Notes
MPU-2000 Acetronic 1979 March 22, 2018 Acetronic version of the Radofin 1292 Advanced Programmable Video System