Bluebox boards, anyone?
systems.glitch at gmail.com
Wed Jan 31 07:15:33 CST 2018
Neat! I'd be interested in a board. I missed out on the ones being handed
out at HOPE in 2008 (The Last HOPE, for which a friend and I embarked on a
last-minute trip to NYC for I think around $150 total, for the both of us).
On Wed, Jan 31, 2018 at 8:04 AM, David Griffith via cctalk <
cctalk at classiccmp.org> wrote:
> Would anyone like a bluebox PCB or two?
> This project was inspired by Don Froula's ProjectMF in which he
> presents a PIC-based bluebox and PCB (handed out at HOPE in 2008). A
> big reason I like AVRs more than PICs is because the development software
> is OSS and free. So I reimplemented Don's bluebox in C for an AVR
> ATtiny85. The PCB started off an a drop-in replacement, but evolved into
> something designed to fit into a Hammond 1591XXM box instead of functioning
> as a lid for a Radio Shack 230-1801 box. The Hammond box also comes in
> transluscent blue!
> The firmware code is done. I just have to do some tweaks once some
> test PCBs are made because on the prototype, I wired up the keypad a bit
> strangely. The code implements a 13-key bluebox, a DTMF keypad, a redbox
> for US, Canada, and UK, greenbox, and 2600 dial pulse. The PCB needs work
> to correct some early design decisions that turned out to be non-optimal.
>  http://projectmf.org/
>  http://projectmf.org/bluebox.html
>  https://github.com/DavidGriffith/bluebox-avr
>  https://github.com/DavidGriffith/bluebox-esquire
> David Griffith
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