RE: Write only expansion register
Date: 2002-05-06 10:20:25

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    Thanks David,
    >> I'm experimenting with the concept of a wiring a write only register when
    >> the circuit board doesn't have access to the R/W signal (as with for
    >> many CBM carts, or a single sided PCB).
    >digimax.  Doing this would be just fine, but you need to be 
    >aware that anything reading from the device will write bus 
    >noise to it.  If that's
    >acceptable, then there's no issue at all.
    Should be fine for the design I have in mind as "reads" will be from the
    ROMH location.
    - Nick
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