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2001\01\22@112927 by Alan B. Pearce

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Hmm am I the last person with an 1802 development board still in existence? You
know the large board with 4k of 256x4 ram chips occupying about 6 inches square
of the board space?

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2001\01\22@153858 by Fansler, David

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I have quite a few of the RCA Microboards from projects I did.  The 12 bit
A/D board can be seen at http://www.dv-fansler.com/stufffor.htm, but I also
have a collection of the memory boards (RAM/ROM), CPU boards, and a few
chassis.  Heck I think I still have the original tape based development
system.  I know I have the floppy development system and the RCA Emulator as
well.  I eventually moved away from using it to an American Automation
emulator.  Yeah I have it as well.  Collectors items for very few people I
am afraid.

David V. Fansler
Network Administrator
TriPath Imaging, Inc. (formerly AutoCyte, Inc.)
1-800-426-2176 ext 261
Now Showing http://www.dv-fansler.com
Ann Fansler (December 1, 1956 - September 23, 2000)

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2001\01\22@155554 by Wynn Rostek

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> Hmm am I the last person with an 1802 development board still in
existence? You
> know the large board with 4k of 256x4 ram chips occupying about 6 inches
square
> of the board space?

I gave mine away about 5 years ago, a little early I think. There were still
one or two satelites designed after that using the 1802 for the housekeeping
computer.

Wynn Rostek

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2001\01\22@173446 by P.C. Uiterlinden

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"Alan B. Pearce" wrote:
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> Hmm am I the last person with an 1802 development board still in existence? You
> know the large board with 4k of 256x4 ram chips occupying about 6 inches square
> of the board space?

I don't know the board you mention. It's been ages sinces I have done
anything with an 1802. To be exact: it's been 14 years. And you know what:
the result of that project is still alive, in my living room!  It's a DCF77
controlled clock, with a display made of 12 neon tubes (nixie-tubes): 6 for
the time, 6 for the date.

Paul.

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