On 7/19/2018 3:17 PM, Mia Magnusson wrote: > > Well, phi1 and phi2 being swapped in the data sheet were discovered > this year, so ;) Touche' > The question is which devices do depend on this? Ruud will have to answer. > > There is already an 18MHz clock on the B motherboards, so except for > the P, it's easy to obtain a synchronized clock with higher frequency. > In fact, using an adapter on top of the timing shift register gives 9 > states throughout the 2MHz cycle of the CPU clock, and by using both > flanks of the 18MHz clock you can get 18 steps within each 2MHz period > cycle. > > Of course it would be more cumbersome for a user to have to solder a > wire or add some clip-on-thing, but using this in a hypothetical future > B replacement/replica motherboard would be trivial. Yes, but the likelihood that someone will use it goes up markedly the fewer things they have to jumper or solder. Jim -- Jim Brain firstname.lastname@example.org www.jbrain.comReceived on 2018-07-20 05:00:05
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