From: Asbjørn Djupdal (Asbjorn.Djupdal_at_idi.ntnu.no)
Date: 2002-08-21 18:00:39
Hi. I'm the one that made this. > Did everyone notice this? The board looks a bit big, with no > surface-mounted components, and I think the ATmega103 would provide an > almost single-chip solution, even with a built-in real-time clock. I should perhaps have gone for a bigger AVR, because of the flash mem limitation in the 8515. I don't know the mega103 very well, but the 4k internal SRAM should be enough, making the external SRAM chip and 8-bit latch unnecessary. But my current software would have to be rewritten a bit: since I had 32k of SRAM, I didn't bother writing something SRAM efficient. But the change should be quite easy. But I can't see how to get rid of the 7406 chip. Btw, this is my first hardware design. Asbjørn Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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