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I'm going to send mixed messages... I like 3.5" DSHD floppies as they hold 1.44MB. Formatted, that's typically 1.2MB. They're quick, and not expensive. I'm looking to implement a few items off the ADE stack. Floppy is where I want to start, because it's the most harmless exercise and will; have low ...
- Wed Feb 19, 2020 8:02 pm
- Forum: Serial & Parallel Cards
- Topic: MIB2 low-level access
- Replies: 13
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I have made some progress here. However, using the ‘2681 proved very unsatisfactory because of the basically non-existent FIFOs. It would stall out after a single character, making it very hard for external devices to lock onto the bit rate. Above 19200, match up was basically impossible and the Ada...