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2011\10\03@104232 by RussellMc

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Homebuilt CPUs webring

http://www.ibmsystem3.nl/hjs22/

Black hole for Jack

2011\10\03@110037 by Bob Ammerman

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> Homebuilt CPUs webring
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> http://www.ibmsystem3.nl/hjs22/
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> Black hole for Jack.

Black hole for Bob, too :-)

I always wanted to do one of those. Maybe someday a custom processor built around a FPGA.

-- Bob Ammerman
RAm Systems

2011\10\03@113006 by John Gardner

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....Black hole...

Yup - Thanks :)

TTL's too much work, though - CMOS, now..

2011\10\03@184811 by Veronica Merryfield

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On 2011-10-03, at 8:00 AM, Bob Ammerman wrote:

> I always wanted to do one of those. Maybe someday a custom processor built
> around a FPGA.

http://fpgacpu.org/

2011\10\03@185347 by V G

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On Mon, Oct 3, 2011 at 11:30 AM, John Gardner <goflo3spamKILLspamgmail.com> wrote:

> ...Black hole...
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> Yup - Thanks :)
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> TTL's too much work, though - CMOS, now...
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Yeah, you might as well draw up a schematic using logic blocks and implement
it on an FPGA. Same thing

2011\10\03@210631 by Bob Ammerman

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Nah... not the same thing at all. Something particularly 'cool' about boards full of TTL (or CMOS) SSI/MSI.

However, from a practical point of view the FPGA is a much easier way to get something going.

-- Bob Ammerman
RAm Systems

2011\10\03@222509 by William \Chops\ Westfield

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> TTL's too much work, though - CMOS, now...
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y'all know there's a "discreet logic" contest going on, similar to the  recent "555" contest?

There are some pretty nice prizes.

http://dangerousprototypes.com/open-7400-logic-competition/

BillW

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