RE: C'T Articles (RE: Logic analyzer (Was: 6510 in FPGA works!!))
Date: 2002-04-18 11:12:52

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    Gia sou Spiro
    >> It depends, I am from Greek parentage :) but I understand 
    >I don't need to tell "me too", do I? ;-)
    > I've posted PDFs of the two articles mentioned yesterday to my >What about
    removing the covers? This saves you approx. 25% of 
    Covers were only done in 50DPI (crappy, but hence only 10% of file size). It
    will help me find the magazine again should someone what an photocopy.
    >If it is ok for you, I could put them on my site where I don't have any
    >(known) limit.
    No problems with that at all. Please publish a link to them for reference.
    There's another project in these magazines, a 4MHz 65C816 C64. Unfortunately
    by the time they replace the CPU, RAM, ROMs, etc with various add-on boards
    it started looking a bit too complicated for a wirewrap project. Maybe in
    the future I'll scan this one too.
    - Nick 
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