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'[OT]: 8-bit low profile network card'
2004\11\22@001012 by Ryan Underwood

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Hi list,

I'm looking for an 8-bit low profile network card for use in a PC/104
embedded machine.  Anyone know of such a thing?  I think pretty much all
8-bit ISA cards are NE1000 compatible, but just to be sure, that's also
a requirement.

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2004\11\22@002255 by Ryan Underwood

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On Sun, Nov 21, 2004 at 11:10:10PM -0600, Ryan Underwood wrote:
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> Hi list,
>
> I'm looking for an 8-bit low profile network card for use in a PC/104
> embedded machine.  Anyone know of such a thing?  I think pretty much all
> 8-bit ISA cards are NE1000 compatible, but just to be sure, that's also
> a requirement.

To reply to myself, either a standard 64-pin PC/104 card or an 8-bit ISA
form card will do - but the ISA card needs to be low profile.  I found
some used ISA cards on Ebay that are too tall.

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2004\11\22@002912 by Bob Axtell

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I have a couple of 10 y.o. ISA NICs. I'm in Tucson. If you'll pay to
ship 'em you can have two of 'em.
How's $5 sound, if you are in the USA? Can pay by paypal.

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2004\11\22@002957 by Bob Axtell

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Ryan Underwood wrote:

>On Sun, Nov 21, 2004 at 11:10:10PM -0600, Ryan Underwood wrote:
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>>Hi list,
>>
>>I'm looking for an 8-bit low profile network card for use in a PC/104
>>embedded machine.  Anyone know of such a thing?  I think pretty much all
>>8-bit ISA cards are NE1000 compatible, but just to be sure, that's also
>>a requirement.
>>    
>>
>
>To reply to myself, either a standard 64-pin PC/104 card or an 8-bit ISA
>form card will do - but the ISA card needs to be low profile.  I found
>some used ISA cards on Ebay that are too tall.
>
>  
>
These are low.

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2004\11\22@130419 by Ryan Underwood

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Bob, that sounds great.  What's your Paypal address?

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'[OT]: 8-bit low profile network card'
2004\12\16@182058 by Ryan Underwood
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Hi,

I still need some network cards for a PC/104 project.  :)  Any takers?
See below.

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2004\12\16@192619 by Robert Rolf
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It would help if you defined "too tall". What is your
height constraint?
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2004\12\17@124429 by Aza D. Oberman

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<Ryan Underwood>

> I still need some network cards for a PC/104 project.  :)  Any takers?

I think we have some 3Com ISA adapters, but I'd bet they're TBase 10 or
thick wire.  They are low profile with a full height mounting plate on the
connector edge.

Before we start excavating the junk room would that speed work?

If so, we'll take a look and send you a picture off list.

Aza D. Oberman

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