KIM-1 Debugging tool
dkelvey at hotmail.com
Mon Nov 7 08:19:25 CST 2016
I still need to post the final schematic. A new thread might be a good
I wanted to keep the board as simple as possible so one could just
wire wrap or point to point it.
It only has a 7474, 7402 and a 7404 as well as the EPROM.
It could easily be done with a GAL or PAL and the EPROM.
I think two schematics showing each would be best.
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Subject: RE: KIM-1 Debugging tool
> I've been making a debugging ROM board to test out the various
> parts of the KIM-1. It is based on taking over the KIM at reset
> and running test.
> So far I've got two test working. One is a basic, is it running test
> that just blinks a light on the debug board.
> The next is a test of the first 1K of RAM.
> A little tricky to do without RAM.
> I expect to write some more for the RRIOT ics.
> If anyone has interest, they can follow me on the Vintage
> Computer Forum or contact me here.
> The board has 3 ttl ICs, a 2764/27128 EPROM, a couple
> LEDs and a dip switch. Also a few pullup resistors and capacitors.
That is a pretty cool project. May I suggest you break it out on VCF into
its own thread so people can more easily follow what is going on? For those
interested in the original thread:
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