2040Serial cards...Re: FW: [Altair Computer Club] Re: Newbee to the group, Assembler & IDE ???
- Jun 1 6:01 AMDan,
>I updated severalthings on my webpage and added this one link below to help sort out the S-100serial cardsGreat work on this page. I like have an overview of S-100 IO chip usage with images and pdf links. Please add the Altair Turnkey Module to the list of boards with a Motorola 6850.
>There's a couple of links I still have to add to this which I should get tosoon.
>I also notated on there about the diff modes the SSM IO4 can emulate.
>http://www.vintagec omputer.net/ ragooman/ comp_s-100_ serial.htmlDan,
> As for theBitstreamer II, you mention on your website that it's compatible with theAltair.You are correct, the Bitstreamer II is not used by Altair software. A Bitstreamer II and 2SIO can exist is the came system with standard board addressing. I have the BIOS source for a Tarbell 1011D and M6850 IO and Tarbell with a Vector Graphic monitor. I also have the source code for VG serial monitors. I also have MDM 7.12 for the Bitstreamer.
> http://tom12. tech.officelive. com/RS232CSerial .aspx
> I don't know which Altair software runs with a 8251 uart.
> Just the 2502 uart(88-SIO) , 6850 uart(88-2SIO, 88-UIO) and AY-5-1013uart(88-UIO)
>I suppose if you have a system running CP/M, then it would be possible to usethis card.
The Bitstreamer can be useful for CP/M or if you are not running MITS softare. The monitor code may be useful until source code for a better 6850 monitor is found. The Bitstreamer is not useful for Altair BASIC or DOS.
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