Started by matronica, 07:37, 19 April 23
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Quote from: Gryzor on 08:14, 19 April 23Why "emulator" and not "manager"?
Quote from: Gryzor on 09:02, 19 April 23My memory is a bit fogged from illness and sleep deprivation, are the other boards called emulators? Maybe I'm having a mini stroke, just don't remember seeing the term used 😁
Quote from: reidrac on 09:08, 19 April 23"The Pico is overclocked to 225 MHZ, with one core providing ROM emulation whilst the other handles ROM switching and processing commands from the CPC (with the help of a PIO state machine)"LOL 225 MHz!
Quote from: eto on 09:25, 19 April 23This is really, really interesting. If that turns out to be a general case, the Pico might be a great choice for other projects too, e.g. a graphics card.
Quote from: Gryzor on 09:02, 19 April 23My memory is a bit fogged from illness and sleep deprivation, are the other boards called emulators?
Quote from: matronica on 07:37, 19 April 23Hi,I've been working on a project which I thought might be of interest. It's a ROM emulator using a Raspberry Pi Pico https://hackaday.io/project/190630-cpc-pico-rom-emulatorI've been using it with my 464, but it hasn't been tested on anything else. It's easy to build and my prototype is hand wired on a proto board. There are no active components other than the Pico.Interested to see what others think of it.Matt
Quote from: abalore on 13:57, 19 April 23Do you plan to make a PCB with a socket for the Pico ?
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