bqt at update.uu.se
Mon Nov 9 17:16:13 CST 2015
On 2015-11-10 00:05, Noel Chiappa wrote:
> > From: Johnny Billquist
> > I doubt the -YA makes any significant difference here.
> > ...
> > Note that a -YA normally means it's just a board with a newer revision.
> > It do not normally means any change in functionality, except perhaps
> > some improvement. But in general totally compatible.
> This might be the exception to that rule! Note the description "extra wires to
> bring out clock & 110/300 speed change"; if one could in fact change the baud
> rate _off the card_, there's probably some special magic in the interface (and
> thus the cable). I suggest consulting 11/780 manuals to see how it was used.
While you could be right, I still doubt the change is significant enough
to be incompatible. There could be some enhancement, but I would be
pretty sure I could swap the card with a non -YA without any issues.
But you're right - the only way to know for sure is to find the
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