[Coco] IDE interfaces
daniel.campus at gmail.com
Tue Mar 15 14:17:16 EDT 2016
I wrote that article about 2 years ago. Here are some other pics of MiniIDE:
The initial idea was to create a mass storage device to use with the
Prológica CP-400, that has a very small slot compartment if compared to the
CoCo. The project was based on the original Glenside interface that I
loaned to Victor Trucco for the project.
On that time, we preferred to use TTL components because CPLD is not easy
to find on brazilian market and Victor also had problems with several that
he imported for another project and came with defect.
We made about 100 interfaces and all of them were sold.
2016-03-15 14:51 GMT-03:00 Tormod Volden <lists.tormod at gmail.com>:
> On Tue, Mar 15, 2016 at 5:29 PM, Bill Pierce wrote:
> > Some of the Brazillian Coco guys used the schematic from the Glenside
> unit and made a more "modern" solution that was smaller wih less parts (and
> fit the slot better). Maybe we could talk them into letting go of the
> schematic and get Ed to whip some up :-)
> Here are some pictures of both the original Glenside board and the
> Brazilian "MiniIDE": http://amxproject.com/?p=2585
> Some people would probably prefer the big original with "integrated
> MPI" and DIP40 chips, but I'd also be interested in the MiniIDE. Or
> even a CPLD-based remake...
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