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 +This is the next iteration with clock divider circuit for switchable speeds. ​ Intended for MSX compatability but not sure how useful it will be.
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 ECB-RAM FLOPPY A really interesting design by Wolfgang Kabatze. Once again, documentation,​ Gerbers and Kicad files had to be recovered and a new wiki site built. Came across a few fake RAM chips with this build. Programming the AT-TINY made this a new learning experience. Contributed a small change to ROMWBW to display the write protect status. ECB-RAM FLOPPY A really interesting design by Wolfgang Kabatze. Once again, documentation,​ Gerbers and Kicad files had to be recovered and a new wiki site built. Came across a few fake RAM chips with this build. Programming the AT-TINY made this a new learning experience. Contributed a small change to ROMWBW to display the write protect status.
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