[rescue] bits and pieces

Eric Josephson ericj at speakeasy.org
Wed Jun 11 18:14:15 CDT 2003

On Tue, 10 Jun 2003, Jeffrey Nonken wrote:

> On Tue, 10 Jun 2003 08:06:21 -0500, Scott Newell <newell at cei.net> wrote:
> > >I tried partminer, but their datasheets for it are locked up so
> > >they're only available to paying subscribers.
> >
> > Same on freetradezone.
> Thanks, guys.
> Yeah, nobody would want to know about these parts except corporations
> supporting legacy products, eh?
> *sigh* Guess I can't be too critical. It costs money to store information.
> And I probably won't use these for anything, it's mostly idle curiosity.

I took advantage of their trial subscription to download a copy of
the Zilog Z-280 manual. While I was there I grabbed a copy of the
file they had listed as a 'datasheet' for the part you referred to.
You know what it was?  It was one-sheet product description for an
8X300 cross-assembler.  Oh well, at least you know that one's a dead-end.

If you still want to look at it, let me know and I'll put it up somewhere.

The Z-280 manual was a good, though.  I scored a Reh CPU280  awhile
ago and had some projects in mind, but lacked docs for the cpu.
Now if I can just find specs for the ECB bus.

Eric Josephson <ericj at speakeasy.org>

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