From: André Fachat (afachat_at_gmx.de)
Date: 2007-02-22 19:55:18
I don't know of this specific 50-pin PCB, but the SuperPET (in its 3-PCB-version) had a small PCB with the 6702 on it. Unfortunately it is not documented at all, as far as I know. Theory is that is is a dongle of some kind. See the PETindex Maybe someone integrates an 6809 emulation into VICE to run SuperPET software and help solve the 6702 mystery. André -------- Original-Nachricht -------- Datum: Thu, 22 Feb 2007 08:25:53 -0800 (PST) Von: Cameron Kaiser <email@example.com> An: firstname.lastname@example.org CC: Betreff: Re: MOS6702 > > The reason why I ask this is that this CPB is equiped with a 50 pin edge > > connector. But AFAIK neither the original 8032 boards nor the supplement > > boards of the SuperPET have a 50 pin slot on board. So IMHO it is not > part > > of the SuperPET. Or am I missing something? > > I'm not sure how to answer this question, but I am still quite curious if > anyone has better documented the 6702 in general. The current theory is > still > that it is some sort of enable chip to prevent non-Commodore knockoffs, > but > if anyone has done more investigation, I would like to update this entry. > > -- > --------------------------------- personal: > http://www.armory.com/~spectre/ --- > Cameron Kaiser * Floodgap Systems * www.floodgap.com * > email@example.com > -- Wouldn't your life be simpler if you were reading this on a Commodore > 64? -- > > Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list -- "Feel free" - 5 GB Mailbox, 50 FreeSMS/Monat ... Jetzt GMX ProMail testen: www.gmx.net/de/go/mailfooter/promail-out Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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