From: Bryan Pope (bpope_at_wordstock.com)
Date: 2002-04-13 22:35:48
And thusly Adam Dunkels spake: > > On Friday 12 April 2002 16.52, you wrote: > > And thusly Adam Dunkels spake: > > > 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 > > > (http://www.embeddedethernet.com/) and a single 74LS139 decoder chip > > > mounted on a custom made printed circuit board. > > > > Adam, > > > > Are you using the 5V version of the embedded ethernet? > > Yes, we aren't doing any special voltage conversions or other such stuff. But > I think that the CS8900a chip works in both 5V and 3V using the same hardware > (that's how I understood the application notes, anyway), so it shouldn't > really matter. > Adam, The reason I asked is because on the embeddedethernet.com website, they offer a pre-built card in *either* 5V or 3V. I was planning on ordering a pre-built card so that I could build your Final Ethernet card. Cheers, Bryan Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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