And I thougt my idea to use an approach similar to the Dallas stealth clock chips is warped ;) These chips use magic read patterns to write to the clock chip, that is installed in a ROM socket. In the same way, a flash chip could be programmed, but of course you had to build a stealth controller on your own to interface between the flash chip and the ROM socket ... Nicolas Bil Herd wrote: > Don't if it's practical, haven't had my coffee yet this morning, but in the > area of a pretty warped approach you could stick a zigbee transceiver on > there. No wires and you can sell a wireless programmer as an addon. They > cost like $10 though, didn't know if that was too expensive. Include the > antenna and a standard SPI type interface, I didn't look to see what kind of > flash you had. > > But if you had a three wire interface you could probably find a way to add a > three wire connector. :) > > Bil > > -----Original Message----- > From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On > Behalf Of Jim Brain > Sent: Saturday, May 02, 2009 7:26 AM > To: firstname.lastname@example.org > Subject: Re: FLASH ROM replacement > > Wolfgang Moser wrote: >> Hi Jim, >> >> Jim Brain schrieb: >>> While awaiting responses on a 2364 to 2764-27128 adapter PCB design, >>> I designed a Flash ROM adapter for the 2364: >>> >>> http://www.jbrain.com/vicug/gallery/ROM-el >>> >>> Not sure if there is any interest, but I'm considering running a >>> batch of these. Suggestions for improvement are welcome. >>> >>> I'll probably whip up a 27128 and 27256 version as well. >> nice variant to take a TSOP package for making a >> true low profile adapter. > Thanks. >> How do you prgram or reprogram the Flash? Do >> you have some plans to make In-System-Flashing >> possible? > RIght now, I plan to make an adapter for my programmer to program the > unit. But, if someone has an idea on how to make it work in circuit, > I'm all ears. > > > Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list > > -- > This message has been scanned for viruses and dangerous content by IDSi's > MailScanner. > Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2009-05-02 17:10:56
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