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#26 Shift838 OFFLINE  

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Posted Fri Apr 21, 2017 11:30 PM

And this is how I have mine hooked up to each other.  I'll get the exact cable pinouts tomorrow for the cable running from the TI to the TTL Converter board.

 

 

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Posted Yesterday, 12:49 AM

I took some time today to put my project into an enclosure.  I chose an aluminum by LMB HEEGER (LMB #00)

 

It all fit nicely in it and since aluminum looks cool and is easy to work with i think it turned out nice.

 

Maybe I'll design a cool label for it too.

 

I have to thank Paul Rickards for answering quite a few questions for me as well as the code!

 

 

Here are some pics...

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Posted Yesterday, 6:46 AM

I really love the TI section here at Atari Age, the endless invention and innovation of cool stuff satiates even my voracious appetite for new TI goodies.

 

If someone told me a year ago that people would be able to BBS or use Stuarts browser via WiFi with as little as a sidecar 32K and a small addition to the UberCart...   Well, it's just a matter of time I suppose before both programs are burned into a 49F040 as a "communications suite".  Easy as 1,2,3 -- (1)Plug in the cartridge, (2)turn on the TI and (3)go online.

 

Hey Greg, will arcadeshopper.com carry the complete package?  Might need a 3D printed case too!  ;)



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Posted Yesterday, 10:58 AM

I really love the TI section here at Atari Age, the endless invention and innovation of cool stuff satiates even my voracious appetite for new TI goodies.

 

If someone told me a year ago that people would be able to BBS or use Stuarts browser via WiFi with as little as a sidecar 32K and a small addition to the UberCart...   Well, it's just a matter of time I suppose before both programs are burned into a 49F040 as a "communications suite".  Easy as 1,2,3 -- (1)Plug in the cartridge, (2)turn on the TI and (3)go online.

 

Hey Greg, will arcadeshopper.com carry the complete package?  Might need a 3D printed case too!  ;)

 

I should clarify this project does not work with Stuarts Internet browser for connecting to websites.  I am sure it can easily be adapted to recognize both the standard ATDT command (which it already does) and the command that Stuarts Browser issues.



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Posted Yesterday, 12:47 PM

 
I should clarify this project does not work with Stuarts Internet browser for connecting to websites.  I am sure it can easily be adapted to recognize both the standard ATDT command (which it already does) and the command that Stuarts Browser issues.


I've been privately communicating with him about the possibility to adapting his browser to the ESP or WiFly command set. I had to prove we could do it first with TIMXT :)

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Posted Yesterday, 12:59 PM

I've been privately communicating with him about the possibility to adapting his browser to the ESP or WiFly command set. I had to prove we could do it first with TIMXT :)

 

Proved!    :-D  :grin:  :grin:  :grin:



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Posted Yesterday, 1:23 PM

I've been privately communicating with him about the possibility to adapting his browser to the ESP or WiFly command set. I had to prove we could do it first with TIMXT :)

 

Also, Stuart should probably know the firmware I am using is not like the AI-Thinker firmware. I am using one by Paul Rickards that uses typical AT commands.  Well to a point it does.  It uses the standard ATDT, etc..Has a few others like ATI for IP information.

 

I can provide all the commands.






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