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Cadd Electronics 99/5C

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Yea I was impressed when I saw it at the meeting but $800 threw me. I would love to see photos of your unit and let us know how it works and any issues you run into and the support you get

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Seeing that it is using ARM chips with DSP support, I'm assuming this thing is emulating a TI, v9983, etc... ? There's no bespoke FPGA logic anywhere on the board?

Would the emulator be able to run on other ARM hardware?

 

*edit* apologies in advance for what might be silly questions, the presentation is kinda light on details and I did not get a chance to see any of the Chicago footage :).

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Here is the footage from the Faire. The info you seek is in "Part 2"

 

 

 

 

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In the second document, we can read:

The "C" skips the "B", since it avoids confusion with the 99/4B. Instead we use "C".

That's OK. But, in this case, why having chosen "5" ? because there is a confusion with the 99/5,

http://www.ti99.com/ti/index.php?categorie7/ti994bti995

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Besides the two part video that Cadd presented at the Chicago Fair, I also did a Facebook live posting at:

 

https://www.facebook.com/beery.miller/videos/10218020308928124/

 

You have to turn the volume up pretty good to hear it. Video quality may be better, you can be the judge.

 

Just a FYI, I have no vested financial interest in Cadd's work. Eric did relay other possibilities yo me regarding the hardware capabilities that could open up other things as well that intrigued me besides the 4A stuff.

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In the second document, we can read:

The "C" skips the "B", since it avoids confusion with the 99/4B. Instead we use "C".

That's OK. But, in this case, why having chosen "5" ? because there is a confusion with the 99/5,

http://www.ti99.com/ti/index.php?categorie7/ti994bti995

 

Although you describe it on your page, I guess only few people have it in mind.

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I got the V1 99/5C about 15 months ago from Eric.  He is getting close to sending me the updated board per an email exchange last week as he is working on getting his oven properly setup to solder the parts.  The updated board will have full RS232 support.

 

The User Interface for configuration could be improved, but what I have seen looks good.

 

Beery

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The version I have does not work with any peripherals.  That is Eric's next release I am working on.  I have not heard whether he has the interface board built for that portion of the interface working/built yet.


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On 12/3/2018 at 1:37 PM, BeeryMiller said:

Besides the two part video that Cadd presented at the Chicago Fair, I also did a Facebook live posting at:

 

https://www.facebook.com/beery.miller/videos/10218020308928124/

 

You have to turn the volume up pretty good to hear it. Video quality may be better, you can be the judge.

 

Just a FYI, I have no vested financial interest in Cadd's work. Eric did relay other possibilities yo me regarding the hardware capabilities that could open up other things as well that intrigued me besides the 4A stuff.

Beery

Can you load GRAM into this device? In otherwords can I use it like a REAL TI with GRAM KRACKER?

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23 minutes ago, RXB said:

Can you load GRAM into this device? In otherwords can I use it like a REAL TI with GRAM KRACKER?

I am not sure.

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