From: Jeremy (
Date: 2007-12-16 07:57:13

Ethan Dicks wrote:
> On Dec 14, 2007 10:27 PM, Jim Brain <> wrote:
>> A couple items:
>> * Due to the yield issues on panels (per board cost as size goes up), I'm
>> resisting the urge to rework the board for RAM/ROM/etc. at present.
> Fair enough.
>> Thinking ahead, I went online and found that WDC offers the 65C02S and 
>> 65C22S in QFP packages.
> Wow... neat.  I've done some QFPs before, and they are doable, but not for
> beginners.
>> ...adding a bit of SMT glue, SMT RAM/ROM, and an IEC connector, you truly
>> could have an entire drive in half the space of this design.
> Indeed.  If you decide to go that route in the future, I'll probably be
> interested in one, but for once, I'd probably want a kit of parts, not just
> a bare board.  I know I don't have any QFP 65xx parts lying around.
> -ethan
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Does QFP stand for Quick Flying Processors? <bad joke please note?)


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