Hi, I build replacement parts for the older generation Amiga computers originally built by Commodore. I have recreated the Amiga 500 keyboard and want to replace the old controller(Commodore CSG 6570-036 MCU with a newer PIC chip) using a PIC18F45K50T-I/PT microcontroller as a replacement and hopefully be able to incorporate the extra logic circuit into the new MCU. I have the original schematic and have created the new sch and .brd file using Eagle CAD. (i believe i have all the necessary connections going to the correct pins but it would need to be confirmed).
What i need is someone to create the code for the new MCU to perform the same functions as the original controller. i am uploading the original schematic and picture of the amiga 500 Keyboard controller. The Controller has a 31 pin input from the kb membrane and a 8 pin connector that plugs into the Amiga 500 motherboard which contains power, gnd, LED, Clk, dat and RST. signals
More info is available on request for those interested in tackling this project