ggs at shiresoft.com
Tue Jun 19 19:31:18 CDT 2007
It's still on my queue of things to do. I've iterated the design a
number of times now and it's *much* simpler than what I originally
planned on which will equate into a lower cost. :-) I'm actually
*very* excited about this project and will definitely get to it (sooner
rather than later).
I've done enough to do basic parts selection (Atmel uC, Xilinx FPGA,
SRAMs, FLASH and I2C bits). It'll use an IDE disk for the actual
storage. All code & programming data will be in FLASH (ie you won't
loose the boot disk).
At this point it's getting enough time to finish the projects that are
queued up a head of it done (and my normal job requires a fair amount of
time too...still at work as I compose this).
Al Kossow wrote:
> > Something tells me a MASSBUS-interfaced peripheral would be of
> > somewhat limited appeal. ;)
> Every DEC10 owner I know would want one. Guy started on a design, but
> I think he got tied up with other projects. Mike Ross bought bits of
> a commercial unit, but I don't think he ever found the software.
TTFN - Guy
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