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Started by PCWMan, 17:22, 21 June 22
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Quote from: cj7hawk on 03:27, 22 June 22Seems we were just talking about the topic a few posts earlier. But when you say "Wifi" - that was a really early technology back in the days of the PCW - so I'd love to hear more about this kit - Is it recent or is it something from back when it was called wavelan?Also, there may be multiple ways to achieve your goals - what were you attempting to do? I'd love to hear more about these kits and what functionality they provide to the PCW if you can provide more information?Thanks and RegardsDavid
Quote from: ComSoft6128 on 13:42, 22 June 22IIRC the CPM PCW's were made into the mid nineties.
Quote from: Bryce on 13:50, 22 June 22Quote from: ComSoft6128 on 13:42, 22 June 22IIRC the CPM PCW's were made into the mid nineties.They weren't "real" PCW's For me, the PCW ended when the "8" changed to a "9".Bryce.
Quote from: PCWMan on 08:43, 22 June 22I purchased it off of eBay because it seemed like a neat little project to do at some point. The kit however, is only directly compatible with a centronics connector.https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/155043909956?mkcid=16&mkevt=1&mkrid=711-127632-2357-0&ssspo=cVf-e0DNS9G&sssrc=2349624&ssuid=zZAKw5EgTSW&var=&widget_ver=artemis&media=COPY
Quote from: cj7hawk on 13:43, 23 June 22Quote from: Bryce on 13:50, 22 June 22Quote from: ComSoft6128 on 13:42, 22 June 22IIRC the CPM PCW's were made into the mid nineties.They weren't "real" PCW's For me, the PCW ended when the "8" changed to a "9".Bryce.LoL, That's pretty harsh. The 9512 isn't that far from the 8256. I'd love to hear about the change that made you disown Alan Sugar's later kids -
Quote from: PCWMan on 16:47, 24 June 22An update now its been deliveredI've noticed that on the instruction page of the github it mentions the "Edge connector PCB version" so I'm assuming that @cj7hawk is correct. https://github.com/VapourSoft/PCWWiFiModem/wiki/Hardware-Assembly Aside from that this looks fairly straightforward to put together.
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