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PEB PROTO Board Coleman /Willforth, Manual projects update

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I am interested in asking if anyone might have a UpDated Manual

For the Scott Coleman and John Willforth PEB PROTO BOARD.

Many years ago I purchased one of these boards. Never actually

Got around to building it. Although I have built many home brew

Projects over the years.

,

The original manual listed 14 projects, but only 2 Schematics,

Also listed more too come. This board also stated it could be

Used with the TI-99/4a, TI-99/8 and the 9640.

,

The Buss has the AMA, AMB, AMC address made available like the

NEW Jim Fetzner PROTO BOARD. A good schematic for a new memory

Mapper would be a interesting topics .

,

If anyone knows where a updated manual is available for download

Or project schematics for either Proto Board that would be great

As well

Thanks in advance for any help

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I believe you can find a number of project schematics in "The Interface Standard and Design Guide" by Tony Lewis. I have never seen an update to the Willforth manual beyond the two schematics you have.

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On 7/30/2017 at 8:41 PM, Ksarul said:

I believe you can find a number of project schematics in "The Interface Standard and Design Guide" by Tony Lewis. I have never seen an update to the Willforth manual beyond the two schematics you have.

If anyone is looking for this PDF check out this post HERE

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37 minutes ago, Shift838 said:

If anyone is looking for this PDF check out this post HERE

There are not 'project schematics' in that document. There are a few sub-component schematics. There is a ton of architectural detail in that doc though. Software authors working with peripherals should all read it. Why not learn how the system works?  

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