Originally posted by: jencam
Were there any successors to the F100-L with the same architecture and instruction set?
Not as far as I am aware. Although I was working for Ferranti when the F100-L was around, I was in a different division to the one that produced the F100-L. Different divisions of the company generally had little to do with one another. In fact, in the late '70s we were using the National Semiconductors PACE chip, a more commercially oriented 16 bit micro roughly contemporary with the F100-L. (Sorry, no, I don't have any PACE or F100-L chips in my cellar).
Steve Ridgway MIET