Re: C64 PCB

From: Michał Pleban <>
Date: Sat, 20 Jul 2013 17:00:04 +0200
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Hello! wrote:

> I disagree ;-) I believe this is a very valid approach! I definitely believe that this may be much more elegant than having your PCB routed wildly or requiring either unnecessary big routing area or more than two layers.

I'm afraid it's still routed wildly, but at least it's manageable ;-)

Remember also my "stackable" aproach - the hardware is divided into two
parts, upper and lower. Upper PCB contains the important (and expensive)
chips, whereas the lower PCB is varied according to the target board
(0.8", 1.0", SX-64, narrow) and contains only glue TTL chips. This way
only the small lower board needs to be changed for the target system.


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