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[SOLVED] [urgent help] 8-bit microprocessor emulator design

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Hi all,
I need urgent help in designing an 8-bit microprocessor emulator. The project requirements are as follows:

Project Title:
8-bit Microprocessor Emulator

Proposed Tools:
TTL logic chips, Microcontroller

Project Outcome
1. A discrete hardware emulator of a simple 8-bit CISC microprocessor using TTL logic chips.
2. Able to run a subset of assembly code compiled on a PC and downloaded to the emulator.
3. Able to display the data on the data-path of the processor.

Duplicating others' work is prohibited. Can anyone give a clear guideline as to how to build a simple one but fulfills the requirements within a month? Many thanks in advance. SOS!
 

Is there anyone who can help? I thought there are a lot of experts here or nobody has intelligence on this problem?
 

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