newbie building a scratch-built computer
brad at heeltoe.com
Sun Aug 5 18:53:50 CDT 2007
>Roy J. Tellason wrote:
>> I remember seeing one magazine article for such a device, but I wasn't that
>> thrilled with the design of it. It used some sort of counter chips to step
>> through the addresses of the target RAM, and wasn't very flexible in its
>> approach to things.
If you're talking about eprom emulators, "back in the day" I used to
use a device called a "PROMICE".
It was wonderful. I did a few different boot proms with one. Very handy.
It was made by (I think) Grammer Engine. Try www.promice.com. But
gosh, they do seem more expensive now that I remember...
I looked on ebay and didn't find one, sadly; I did find, however an
"ostrich 2.0" USB eprom emulator which looks nice. www.moates.net
Apparently there is a large community of people out there hacking engine
ECU's. who knew? :-)
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