Re: [cosmacelf] Re: CDP 1802/4/5/6 ICEing on the cake
- On 3/1/2013 4:45 PM, joshbensadon wrote:
> I think it still executes an "INP 0".Yep! :-)
> I ran it on the membership card and it causes 68h to be stored at M(R(X)).That's because it doesn't have any pullup resistors on the data bus. The
last thing on the bus is the 68h instruction itself, and it's still
there due to stray capacitance.
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Lee A. Hart, http://www.sunrise-ev.com/LeesEVs.htm
- Dave Jones did a review of the TL866CS on his EEVBLOG.- Tom
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "joshbensadon" <joshbensadon@...> wrote:
> --- In email@example.com, "thinkpast" hjohnson@ wrote:
> > http://www.retrotechnology.com/herbs_stuff/gal.html
> > Some of the simplest PROMS can just be poked at and manually programmed. I reference some of that work on another Web page linked to the above page.
> > Herb
> Thanks Herb,
> Your web site lead me back to do another search on Ebay. I searched a few years ago without success, but now there are several to choose from!
> -TL866CS -$49
> -TOP853 $46 (does not list GAL 22V10)
> -TOP3000 $160
> -G540 -$60
> -G840 -$80
> -RT809F -$88 (does not have large ZIF socket, less versatile?)
> Several of these models include RAM testing and other CMOS Chip Testing, very impressive (if the tests are rigorous?).
> For these prices, it's not worth messing about building a home brew programmer. Heck, I've paid more for an adapter on my Andromeda Labs programmer.
> Right now I'm considering the G840, just on a hunch, but if anyone here can offer any advise, it would be much appreciated.