Richard Atkinson writes: >PCB inside contains 4K of SRAM and an EPROM of unidentified size, plus a >Philips SAA video chip of some kind and some PAL colour encoding >circuitry. There's a large number of discrete devices in there too and >another 40 pin DIL IC, so perhaps it has its own processor. If you post the numbers on the Philips chip and the other one, I can probably identify them for you. I've got the Philips video databooks somewhere... That should give more of a clue what it does. Oh - I also have a logic analyser. I think I've got a Plus4 hidden away somewhere, along with a few Vic20s, C64s, and a 128D. If anyone wants to dig out any secrets, give me a short BASIC program that I can type in, and I'll tell you exactly what any signals you like are up to. John West - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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