Any PACE users out there?
mcguire at neurotica.com
Thu Jun 18 02:14:59 CDT 2009
On Jun 18, 2009, at 12:04 AM, Alexandre Souza wrote:
>> One problem with taking advantage of a PACE chip (free or
>> otherwise) is
>> that the I/O pads aren't compatible with TTL, or with much of
>> else either. The specs are very strange. National made some
>> buffer and
>> transceiver chips designed to work with it, but of course they are
>> more like unobtanium these days than the PACE itself. I suspect that
>> the easiest thing to interface to it nowdays would be CD4000B series
>> CMOS logic, which is extremely slow, but then so is the PACE.
> No, I'm not talking about the PACE chip, but the keyfob with the
> 386 die encased in plastic :o)
> I never got to encase in resin a chip and make it crystal clear.
> I tried many many times with no success :(
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