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Teaching with Intel 8096 [message #256420] Wed, 25 September 1985 09:51
rsanderson is currently offline  rsanderson
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Posted: Wed Sep 25 09:51:00 1985
Date-Received: Thu, 26-Sep-85 07:17:04 EDT
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Organization: U of Waterloo, Ontario
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Is the line eater still around?

At the University of Waterloo, the Electrical Engineering Dept.
is planning a new interfacing course for next summer. We plan on using the
Intel 8096/97 microcontroller. We will be building a board with
basic ROM and RAM on it, and the students will be adding their
I/O designs via wire wrap.
  I am interested in hearing from anyone who has had either
good or bad experiences with this chip. Also any feedback
on using wire-wrap in a student environment would also be appreciated.
  As usual please post responses and I will summarize to the net.
                         Thanks in advance


               Roger Sanderson
               Electrical Engineering Dept.
               University of Waterloo
	       Waterloo Ontario Canada
               N2L 5E6
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