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Overclocking the Membership Card

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Mark, 12 Mhz is certainly pretty impressive since you've done nothing special circuitwise to get there. Do you happen to have any crystals between 12 and 16Mhz
Hank Riley
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12:51 AM

Programming GAL chips

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If you have an older PC with a hardware parallel port, you might want to consider an EETools ChipMax programmer. I was lucky enough to get a complete one
gregorysimmons
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Oct 15

My second ELF

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Brad, You may want to try doing your “COMP SYNC” and “VIDEO OUT” this way. Comp Sync from the 1861 to a 10K resistor then to your video input of your
the-eagle@att.net
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Oct 14

TTL Driving CMOS - ELF Article 4

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Thanks Mark, I applied to join that group... hopefully there aren't any skill testing questions like 1 + 1 = 10 Cheers, Josh
joshbensadon
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Oct 11

Built Cosmac ELF from scratch, looking for Cosmac 2000

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I'm a little late to this thread, but I have to say your wire wrapping is probably the neatest I've seen! The rest of your ELF is beautiful also. I wire
chris@mansfieldfamily.me
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Oct 6

Any thought about Forum or Group move?

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Let's please, for the love of all things CMOS, wrap this thread up. This isn't what people subscribed to the group for. In brief: 1. The group is not moving.
Dave Ruske
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Oct 3

Burning eprom for 1802 membership card

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Lee check your email, I sent you the information you wanted.
pinkboy1006
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Oct 2

lcc1802 on linux

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Yes! gcc works in a similar way, and in order to send arguments containing whitespace to other stages, you do indeed list the switch multiple times. I knew I'd
Mark Abene
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Sep 29

Joseph A. Weisbecker papers contents list released

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 > It’s really the hagley museum - right? Bill, Yes, I made that typo on my first post on this issue (G right next to H) and corrected it within a few hours
Hank Riley
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Sep 29

Tom Swan's Programmer's Guide to the 1802

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That's the "Wayback Machine" it's a snap shot of the webpage and not the actual webpage. His store is empty: http://tomswan.com/store/ -david . On Mon, Sep 25,
David Funk
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Sep 26

ELF "Sideways" Invaders (working)

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I know you do a lot of helpful stuff. (always thanks for that) I thought you did the multicart. I've forgotten, as usual, but I remembered the little L(C/E)D
whd_whd_whd
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Sep 22

COSMAC chips on Ali Express

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Yes! I ment the RAM chips. Found some cheap 64K chips ...that about all I ever need. Magnus From: mailto:cosmacelf@yahoogroups.com Sent: Wednesday, September
Huggbävern
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Sep 20

What is the simplest CD1802 (or CDP1806) system?

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That's a neat bit of history; I hadn't heard of this. It's not surprising that engineers draw inspiration from many sources, but it's cool to see Weisbecker's
Dave Ruske
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Sep 19

VCFMW 12

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... Hi Lee, Yes, it’s the browser but I believe it’s a function of budgets allotted to build browsers to support older operating systems that is the issue.
Andrew Wasson
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Sep 19

Programmer's Guide to the 1802 paperbacks

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And maybe Tom will give various individuals a license to make a copy of his book. It might be worth asking. 73 de Ray ... From: whd_whd_whd
Raymond Sills
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Sep 17
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