The SC/MP is finally alive!
waisun.chia at gmail.com
Tue Apr 5 12:01:11 CDT 2005
Ever interested in classic systems and having no prior knowledge as to
what SC/MP II was, I was intrigued by your mention nevertheless...
After having looked it up, the literature says that one of the unique
feature of the SC/MP was/is the ability to share the system bus with
other peers, therefore was designed for multiprocessing embedded
The site further acknowledged that this feature alone makes th SC/MP
II one of the most advanced design of its time.
So anybody is planning to build a cluster of these babies? :-)
p.s. do you have pics of your SC/MP system? I would love to have a
look at them...
On Apr 5, 2005 7:56 PM, river <river at zip.com.au> wrote:
> Found the problem with the SC/MP. I don't have the SC/MP programming
> manual but have figured out there was a difference of opinion between me
> and TASM on a few instructions. I now understand all the SC/MP instructions
> and TASM's expectations.
> Anyway, it's advanced from the prototype breadboard stage and it's now
> a permanent system - all soldered and complete.
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