Interconnecting classic computers

Antonio Carlini arcarlini at
Thu May 8 17:05:52 CDT 2008

der Mouse wrote:
>> 128MB SDRAM is dirt cheap (£1 or so) and that is likely to be enough
>> buffering for almost any classic machine.
> Yes, but what about the logic necessary to drive it, refresh it, etc?
> I certainly know *I* have no idea what is required, and doubt what's
> in
> my TTL drawers would do the trick.

None trivial to be sure, but probably not rocket science. I'm sure
I've seen a project or two in Elektor (iirc) that used SDRAM. But
a quick flick through a few likely issues failed to produce

I've never had to interface to SDRAM, so I cannot say how hard it
is. But the data sheets are readily available.


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