On Thu, 3 Jan 2002, Baltissen, R (Ruud) wrote: > > http://www-uxsup.csx.cam.ac.uk/~bjh21/BBCdata/MC6854.pdf > > Thanks for the link. Good Lord! That's Ben Harris's pages. He's a former committee member of the Computer Preservation Society here, of which I am Secretary. I ought to have found that link! > > No, it was chained. Very thin looking cable I recall, maybe > > as few as 4 wires (I am assuming arranged as twisted pair > > or something). > > There are 2 connectors on the card with 4 pins each. Haven't checked what > they are. And about the drivers, the only "strange" IC was this 6854, the > rest were common TTL ICs IIRC. But not having the card here right now, I > cannot say if the lines are driven by OC outputs or whatever. Mine has a white wire soldered to it which has been cut off. There is some device with a coil which looks like it might have had a cover once, but has clearly lost it. It all looks a bit PHY interface-ish to me, but I can't completely work out where the medium should go. Richard Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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