On 5/29/2011 9:41 PM, Nils Eilers wrote: >> Impressive. I hope you'll consider feeding the code back to Ingo. Is there a project page? I still have design files for uIEEE/SD, but I am so far behind on projects due to the job search and new job. > > > I'd me more than happy, if you'd offer a uIEEE/SD in your shop. If I can help you in any way, just let me know. Getting the patch into the codebase would be the best help. A schematic showing which pins you connected to the 75XXX units would also help. I am embarking on a redesign of the uIEC/SD, and now's a great time to add the IEEE option. I was able to find a nice source of IEEE connectors at a reasonable price, and I found IEEE cables at an OK price ($13.00USD is not great, but it's not USD$100.00, which is what I saw on some sites) > I used a atMega 1284p with 75160/75161 IEEE bus drivers, but the software fits in a 644 at the moment and allows connecting the IEEE bus directly to the AVR (tested with a XS-1541) -- though I wouldn't recommend that: it doesn't work when all my IEEE hardware is connected. Yeah, I was not prepared to support a design that does not use bus drivers. Too many failures on loaded busses. Jim Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2011-05-30 20:00:21
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