16817Re: [midatlanticretro] Re: S.C. Digital S-100 RAM
- Apr 16, 2010Bill Dromgoole,
you had the homebrew "wooden" S-100 system right ?
and the Godbout 4KB memory card that looked like a prototype, right ?
I didn't have the SC Memory card, I can't recall who did
Bill Dromgoole wrote:
> It's not my card, must belong to Dan.Dan Roganti wrote:
> I recall Bill D.#2 having an early Godbout 4KB Memory card, this is had the prototype look("handmade") since it doesn't have the green mask and white silkscreen that you see on a production bd -- just a way to save money back then.
> I can't recall who had the S.C. Memory card.
> Bill Degnan wrote:
>> Will 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.
>> -------- Original Message --------
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>>> When you get a chance, please post a scan of the board or the ad. A
>> fellow named Forrest Dustin from this area made an early S100 RAM card but
>> 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.
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