Hallo Martijn, > 8751's are "common as muck". Hfl 5,-- at Display electronica > (and you actually get a 8752, which has more RAM and timers..) I'll remember that, thanks for the info. > > AFAIK I don't have anything about the 8741 and 8742. If you have any info > > on these, I would be glad if you could help me with the specs of these, > > please. > > At second thought, I might have that particular info at home. I collected > a few databooks a few weeks ago, which I haven't really checked yet.. I've found the info at Intel site thanks to David. > I don't know the 8041 quite well, but I seem to recall that it only had > one (external) interrupt line. The 8051 has two of them, and I intended > to use both of them (so that I can simply see if I got an 'IEC-ATN' or > an 'IEEE' one :) I've found some 8031's and used 8051's as well. Add an EPROM and let's go.... > You lost me somehwere; what's a POD? It sounds like In-cicuit emulators > somehow. Yep. They were throwing a whole load of emultors away. I collected some and managed two make two working emulators out of it. But I stopped using the 8051 some years ago. I offered the emulators to some people for free but nobody wanted them. So I took out the POD's and scrapped the rest. Groetjes, Ruud http://Ruud.C64.org - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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