16814re: [midatlanticretro] Re: S.C. Digital S-100 RAM
- Apr 16, 2010Will do. It's a small ad (8th of a page), you can't get visual details but
the general card specs are listed. The card I saw last weekend was
according to Dan Roganti the "handmade" method of PCB creation, so we were
thinking it was an older card.
Maybe Dan can scan the board (or is it Bill Dromgooles?) It's not mine, I
don't have it.
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> From: "jack99rubin" <jack.rubin@...>fellow named Forrest Dustin from this area made an early S100 RAM card but
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> Subject: [midatlanticretro] Re: S.C. Digital S-100 RAM
> When you get a chance, please post a scan of the board or the ad. A
I don't remember if he even had a company name. I have some data sheets for
one of his cards and might be able to match something up. He was in pretty
early so his cards probably were 8 or 16K. Ackerman Digital was another
local company but they were out of Elk Grove Village, IL and I'm not sure
if they made a RAM card. They did make a very nice PROM programmer, a voice
card and a 6809 CPU board.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Bill Degnan" <billdeg@...>
> > Dan and Bill Drom.
> > In Byte Dec 1980 on page 277 there are two cards that look like the SC
> > cards from the CP/M workshop. The company is out of Aurora, IL. Small
> > company. Did I remember correctly the co name on those cards?
> > bd
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