Re: TFE - C64 Ethernet Cartridge
Date: 2002-04-12 16:19:47

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    	Having a new xp with an eternetcard come into the house. Is there any
    reason to aquire your cartridge?  In other words how does it WORK when
    connected to a system?
                    James Hanson
    On Fri, 12 Apr 2002 15:32:24 +0200 Adam Dunkels <> writes:
    > We are proud to announce that we have designed and implemented a fully
    > working Ethernet adapter for the Commodore 64. We call our design TFE
    > - The Final Ethernet (a pun on the name of the TFC :-). It consists 
    > of the
    > Embedded Ethernet board from Systor Vest AS
    > ( and a single 74LS139 decoder chip
    > mounted on a custom made printed circuit board.
    > To show off our card, we have connected a TFE-equipped C64 to the
    > Internet. It is running the uIP TCP/IP stack
    > ( including the web server as well as a
    > real-time streaming audio server that streams audio sampled from the
    > Datasette player. It can be reached at
    > More information, including pictures of the cartridge, PCB layouts,
    > and source code can be found at
    > Note that this is not the same Ethernet adapter that Bo Zimmerman
    > talked about a few weeks ago.
    > Adam Dunkels and Peter Eliasson
    > April 12, 2002
    > -- 
    > Adam Dunkels <>
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