Hallo Ethan, > I'm interested! Send me your personal email address as the ZIP is 85 KB big and as we know of my last attempt, the mailserver does not dig this size :-( > > > I recently aquired an IDE interface for my C64 (IDE64). It seems to > > from the makers of the IDE-64. The comments are in a language unfamilar > to me (something eastern-European), but there's enough there to figure out > how it works. It is Czech. > It has a 62256 SRAM, a 27256 EPROM, an 8-pin real-time clock chip, and > two Lattice isp1016 gate arrays. If you wanted to reverse-engineer > the gate arrays, go right ahead. I won't stop you. :-) While this > may be an issue in the future, this product is still in production. > I am the first customer in the U.S. (which is also why I suspect a > PAL/NTSC timing problem) This is the design of Jan Vorlicek (and that's why I know the language is Czech). In my former pages I had a link to his site. But due to these GALS the project is not interesting. They cannot be read if you want to. You could study their behaviour by feeding them with all kind of signals but in this case it is not worth the trouble. I already asked him for the GAL-equations but he refused. I understand and respect his decision. But as I already told last email, using the 3 mentioned examples it should not be difficult to build one of our own. Is there anybody interested in 'pulling the car'? I can help of course but at the moment I'm busy with my 65816/MMU project. Groetjes, Ruud - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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