Ee?prom burners [Was: Re: CUBIX/6809 updates]
bfranchuk at jetnet.ab.ca
Tue Dec 13 17:19:05 CST 2005
Brian Wheeler wrote:
>In college we wire-wrapped a pdp-8. The final was to repair it in 2
>hours after the instructor had made several changes to either the wire
>wrappings, chip orientation (hot chips!) or PAL changes. The 2nd
>semester was wire-wrapping a 6809-based FLEX system.
Was that the CMOS pdp chip or a TTL designed PDP?
>That said, the only thing that's really kept me from building machines
>(heh, besides time and money!) is the lack of an eprom (or eeprom)
>What do you guys recommend? Are there instructions for PC-driven
>burners online somewhere that seem reasonable? If not homebuilt, what's
>a reasonable price for one?
Use of a EEPROM may be a better idea as I think there are low cost designs
that hang off the printer port to burn a eeprom. I think commercial
burners run at
$399+ but I can't say for sure.
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