On 4/26/2012 9:43 AM, Bil Herd wrote: > Regarding the 50 Pin Expansion connector > > Origin: The origin of the connector would be the same place that the whole > design came from as Jim surmised. The design of the case was the origin > of the system design, with the chip designed/inserted next and hardware > last. (function, look and feel followed by implementation?) The expansion > connector, along with the DINs, would have come from Ira Velinski and his > department in Tokyo, Yoichi Nishimura being one of the engineers that took > part and under the guidance of Yoichi Okubo the head of engineering. As > this office was run directly by Sam Tramiel this would have been a system > design that came from, and was condoned, from the top of the organization. > It arrived in West Chester around the time the PCB board did; the PCB > board with bad ground, no ferrite beads and 9 chips that I saw a picture > of just recently. Well, then, anyone have a source for these elusive connectors? Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2012-04-27 04:00:25
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