Any early DSP fans?
vax9000 at gmail.com
Sun Dec 10 19:18:02 CST 2006
It is claimed.
On 12/10/06, 9000 VAX <vax9000 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Ha, finally DSP32C showed up. Yes, I have an ISA bus DSP32C board that is
> ready to go to a good home. I do not have the software. Just for $5 shipping
> vax, 9000
> On 12/10/06, Richard <legalize at xmission.com> wrote:
> > In article <ddc584f50612100717j6a260d5cpe069e845360a89f4 at mail.gmail.com
> > >,
> > "9000 VAX" < vax9000 at gmail.com> writes:
> > > I am wondering whether any member of this mailing list is interested
> > in
> > > early DSP chips?
> > I have several vintage machines that depend on AT&T DSP32C chips to do
> > their business. The ESV workstation used them for per-vertex
> > processing and scan conversion; a custom VLSI chip that I wrote test
> > code for does span and frame buffer processing. The AT&T Pixel
> > Machine uses the DSP32C to perform all its processing, I think.
> > I also have a TMS320C25 development kit that I guess is "vintage" by
> > now, although it wasn't at the time I bought it :-).
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