RE: C2N232 released

From: Ray Bryan (
Date: 2001-12-22 00:11:27

the files on the Funet site are in formats that I cannot read on 
my Amiga 3000.  Is there any other format for those schematic or
board layout files that I can read?

On Fri, Dec 21, 2001, at 08:57 AM, Marko_Mäkelä wrote:

> On Wednesday, I got a long awaited package from Reichelt, containing the
> components for building 20 C2N232 devices.  On the very same evening, I
> soldered the parts I could.  (Mounting the MAX232 was the most laborous
> part, as the chip was in SO16 package, while the prototype board was
> designed for SO16L, which is much wider.  I'll try to get some pictures of
> the prototype boards later tonight).  Yesterday I got the capacitors and
> resistors that I deliberately excluded from the Reichelt delivery, and
> yesterday night I soldered them on the board.  Luckily I got them in the
> 0805 package, because 0603 would certainly have been much harder to
> solder.  I was truly amazed when the device worked at the first try.
> I've now released the hardware and the firmware at
> <URL:>.  The
> cbmlink software is not there yet, as I haven't had time to finish the
> disk copier and to test the software on all Commodores.  Also the firmware
> may need some changes if I find more timing glitches while testing
> cbmlink.  But that is not an issue, since the circuit board has solder
> pads for a programming cable.
>     Marko
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