2708 EPROM progreammer - old magazines designs
Roy J. Tellason
rtellason at verizon.net
Mon Nov 26 13:10:19 CST 2007
On Friday 23 November 2007 12:50, John Robertson wrote:
> M H Stein wrote:
> > I have a programmer designed by Steve Ciarcia from BYTE - It uses an
> > 8051AH-Basic (The 8051 with basic embedded) as the controller - and
> > still works a treat - to this day. - Standalone board, interface via
> > serial. It was fun to see peoples faces when you shipped a ^C down the
> > serial line, and dropped through to a READY prompt.
I have one of those too. And then you could type LIST and get a listing of
what was in there. But I never did make much sense out of what I saw then...
Since those days, I've collected a bit of info on that chip off the 'net,
though I haven't digested it yet.
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