Started by robcfg, 18:54, 12 April 16
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Quote from: robcfg on 18:54, 12 April 16I uploaded the picture to the Gate Array wiki page.
Quote from: Arnaud on 19:42, 12 April 16What can we do with it ? Improve emulation / FPGA ?
Quote from: gerald on 19:54, 12 April 16Yes. But I do not think there is much to be found on the 40010/40007However, the ASIC picture would really help improving emulation, be it HW or SW.
Quote from: gerald on 19:35, 12 April 16Is that the highest resolution available ? Some features are difficult to see.
Quote from: Gryzor on 20:15, 12 April 16Might be due to jpeg compression? @robcfg was kind enough to send me a 160MB version (though in GiMP format, no idea how this compares to TIFF etc), if anyone needs it I'll arrange something
Quote from: robcfg on 20:52, 12 April 16Same resolution but without compression artifacts.
QuoteThat pic was composited from 156 pics taken using a 10x objective, and I scaled it down by about 1/2. I also took pics with a 20x objective, but there are 600 of those, so I need a faster way to composite them.
QuoteI was able to figure out the pad numbering from that doc:Code Select Expand 5 36 6 3514 26 15 25
5 36 6 3514 26 15 25
Quote from: dragon on 20:57, 12 April 16Is a channeled gate array?, So the cells are the in the rows and the space are the interconnecion between cells?.Channeled Gate Array
QuoteI cannot tell you for sure, as I'm no expert in the field. It looks like one, but I can be wrong.
Quote from: Bryce on 22:57, 12 April 16Very nice work. He obviously knows what he's doing to have freed the metal layer that nicely without damaging it at all. In high-res this should be "decypherable". Massive amount of work though.Bryce.
QuoteAnd what happend with the 40008? i view is selling now alone in ebay. We can make a collect or something. To.have all chips decaped.
Quote from: Gryzor on 09:28, 13 April 16No idea about the industry, but isn't there any software that can help you decipher the whole thing?
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