[rescue] Mystery boards...
pat at purdueriots.com
Sat Dec 20 18:08:45 CST 2003
Dan Sikorski declared on Friday 05 December 2003 10:51 pm:
> Patrick Finnegan wrote:
> >Basically *all* of the VME bus stuff I have uses two connectors...
> > I've got a bunch of 68k/68010 processor boards, and some custom
> > produced VME cards that were a part of a prototype parallel
> > processing system designed at Purdue. Unfortunately, I didn't get
> > to it in time to save it in a working state or save any of the
> > documentation : (.
> Hmm... were those boards VME with kind of a breadboard with chips on
> the front half (away from the VME connectors) and hand-run wires on
> gold pins on the back half? I nearly bought a small stack of such
> boards from Purdue Salvage maybe a year and a half/two years ago, had
> no clue what they were.
I'm not sure. None of the boards I have look quite like that. Most of
the boards I got were on PCBs (including the custom boards). I only
found 3-4 wirewrapped boards.
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