RE: PC-keyboard but using original C64/C128/CBM-keyboard as base

From: Baltissen, GJPAA (Ruud) (
Date: 2004-06-28 07:25:05

Hallo Jim,

> If you choose to do an Atmel solution, I'll help.  It's my 
> next prj to start, but I can move it up.

I would apreciate that very much. Next question, Which uC? I have two at
home, the ATmega8515 and the AT89S52. I prefer the last as it is 8051
compartible. It is also In-System-Programmable which simplifies programming.

I have a week off now but will return thursday for a meeting, so you'll know
when I will answer replies.

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