Building a memory board for an older machine like that sounds
like a good
project! I sell a fair number of KIM-1 memory expansion
boards each year.
The older processors are just so easy to work with... no
critical timing, no
"transmission line" issues, etc.
Bill, designing your own board and getting it produced is
pretty easy. It's
a fun project with a big reward in the end.
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Sent: Wednesday, May 02, 2007 10:39
Subject: RE: [midatlanticretro] Altair
680 Basic - loading without papertape
>Thanks. Maybe in the mean time I can try it on my SWTPc 6800. I
>to track down the BASIC or convert it using the info
from Byte issue
>#8. I think that there's more memory, I have to
>Or try it on MARCH's swtpc ... I'm just
>Decent chance that Grant might attend VCF East this
Good, maybe he'll have for sale the
Altair 680 memory card he's working on.