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USB - TTL/RS-232 adapters and buffering

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http://www.retrotechnology.com/memship/mship_ttlusb.html http://www.retrotechnology.com/memship/mship_ttlusb.html Thanks for the positive responses to my
thinkpast
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1:43 PM

BOOTS v88 firmware

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Hello! If you insist but, "Your mind is beginning to work! It's entirely to due to my presence, you mustn't take any credit.". There. One of my favorite
Gregg Levine
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Jun 20

Old hardware available

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I'm interested, but 'First Come, First Served' probably knocks me out. Ed MIGHT be the best to get it all working again. (not sure about the others) You could
whd_whd_whd
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Jun 19

RCA Microboard backplane available

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"do you still have any Microboard backplane PCB's available?" I have more of everything: backplanes, Elf pcb's, protoboards. Scott
somaspack
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Jun 19

MCBASIC3 and MCSMP20

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Hi all, Regarding accessing MPM-841, Try sending an email to askhagley@hagley.org and say you're interested in a copy of MPM-841: BASIC3 High-Level-Language
cmdrcosmac
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Jun 18

Challenge: 1802AE vs 1802 ACE - which is which?

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I just got to reading, Allison's post on logic switching - what engineers would call dV/dt capacitance loading, and about operating in the linear region of
thinkpast
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Jun 8

RCFORTH question

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I had also looked at the source and saw the same. But now I know I'm losing my mind, because not only does it work as defining a word as you do above, but I
Mark Abene
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Jun 4

Latching a TIL311 and the Elf

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Hi Martin, That's the real nice thing about the 1802, it is basic enough to be understandable. As the heart of the ELF, it's where all the action is. I
joshbensadon
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May 26

1806 speed question

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Mark wrote: Let me correct my previous statement concerning 1806 temperatures, as I should have been more attentive to what the micro was actually doing when I
fps16xn3
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May 22

Original ELF documentation package

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I will ask them to do so.... From: cosmacelf@yahoogroups.com [mailto:cosmacelf@yahoogroups.com] Sent: Sunday, May 21, 2017 7:41 PM To:
Paul Schmidt
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May 21

High standby current 1802 Membership Card

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As I read this i'm remembering that the original REV of the MC had a circuit that enabled the RAM as little as possible (maybe only in TPB?). Does that still
bill rowe
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May 16

IO extension using CDP1853 sub-circuit and !MRD

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Mark wrote: To answer Josh, yes, memory-mapped I/O is always easier to implement. As long as you don't mind it taking up a slot in your address space. However,
thinkpast
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May 12

The Edukit

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Go to the forum, look in Photos > Albums > EDUKIT, or click this link: https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/cosmacelf/photos/albums/370764515
Dave Ruske
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May 11

Introducing my Cosmas Elf

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What about the music program in Popular Electronics where the ELF plays "Simon and Garfunkal, Feeling Groovy".
joshbensadon
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May 5

Introducing my ELPH

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Regarding a discussion of /EF3 polling: http://www.retrotechnology.com/memship/mem_revI.html#engineering
thinkpast
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Apr 27
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