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Clock Signal

254 bytes added, 20:28, 8 March 2018
Updates to improved infobox.
{{Infoboxemulator|title = Clock Signal|image logo = CLK_(emulator)_Icon.png|first developer = Thomas Harte|version = {{clkver}}|second active = Yes|third platform = macOS and <br/>Linux|fourth accuracy = Thomas HarteSubcycle|target = [[BBC Micro emulators|Acorn Electron]], [[Amstrad CPC emulators|Amstrad CPC]], [[Atari 2600 emulators|Atari 2600]], [[ColecoVision emulators|ColecoVision]], Commodore Vic-20, [[MSX emulators|MSX 1]], Oric 1/Atmos, [[Sinclair ZX81 emulators|ZX80/ZX81]]|fifth website = [https://github.com/TomHarte/CLK/releases Github binary releases]|sixth prog-lang = C++; Mac bindings in Objective-C and Swift|source = [https://github.com/TomHarte/CLK Github]}}
'''Clock Signal''', also known as '''CLK''', is an MIT-licensed open source emulator of a collection of 8-bit computers and consoles for macOS and for Linux.
That generally allows the emulator to maintain audio latency guarantees completely decoupled from the frame rate. It aims for between 5 and 10ms of audio latency.
 
==Emulated Machines==
* the Acorn Electron;
* the Amstrad CPC;
* the Atari 2600;
* the ColecoVision;
* the Commodore Vic-20 and C-1540;
* the MSX 1;
* the Oric 1/Atmos; and
* the ZX80 and ZX81.
==Host Environments==
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