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Re: Looking for Commodore tracking sw



I still have an 8008 chip, otherwise known as the contortionist due to the
complexity of getting data in and out on the same lines used for addressing.

John  WA4WDL

>Ah, youth.  You youngsters never had the delights of wiring
>up about 65 SSI  TTL chips to support an Intel 8008 chip,
>running at (hang on to your seat) 50 KHz!  And I did it in
>the snow, too.   John  W5EME
>
>Richard W L Limebear wrote:
>>
>>  "Rudy Benner" writes:
>>
>> > God, what a blast from the past......this reminds me of the fun I had
>>with my
>> > Radio Shack Model 1 with (brace yourself) 4 k of RAM. Yes, 4 k.
>>
>> Ok big boy, get this. My first computer (a SC/MP) had 128 BYTES. The
>>expansion
>> to 192 BYTES enabled me to write contest software (CQs, serial #s) which
>> enhanced our contest operation by at least 20dB.
>>
>> 73
>> Richard W L Limebear G3RWL
>> g3rwl@amsat.org
>> FOC # 1188
>>
>>           So many beautiful girls ..... (sob) so little time
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