2 in 1 RD

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Timing information for ICs is not yet available, and only TTL, 4000-series CMOS and some microprocessor (support) chips are included. For now, it is not clear how the format used can be extended to include linear ICs, as these usually require much more additional information such as a block diagram. The current file uses the PC8 character set (a.k.a. codepage 437), but can be converted to 7-bit ASCII without too much trouble (losing some niceties). As it is, it is small and simple enough to keep it in you
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C:\Virtual\Web\kk\coinop_kb\DataSheets\8255.pdf
October 1995 Order Number: 231256-004 82C55A CHMOS PROGRAMMABLE PERIPHERAL INTERFACE Y Compatible with all Intel and Most Other Microprocessors Y High Speed, ‘‘Zero Wait State’’ Operation with 8 MHz 8086/88 and 80186/188 Y 24 Programmable I/O Pins Y Low Power CHMOS Y Completely TTL Compatible Y Control Word Read-Back Capability Y Direct Bit Set/Reset Capability Y 2.5 mA DC Drive Capability on all I/O Port Outputs Y Available in 40-Pin DIP and 44-Pin PLCC Y Available in EXPRESS Ð Standard Temperature Range Ð
File: C:\Virtual\Web\kk\coinop_kb\DataSheets\8255.pdf 332906 K - Updated 1999.01.07
Gyruss Memory Map
# this document is not going to be of much use to you unless you have # the schematics and follow along. # Gyruss ROM files from TANT archive GYA-1.BIN - 11J - CPU Z80, 8K, Addr 0000 - 1FFF GYA-2.BIN - 12J - CPU Z80, 8K, Addr 2000 - 3FFF GYA-3.BIN - 13J - CPU Z80, 8K, Addr 4000 - 5FFF GY-5.BIN - 18E - CPU 6809, 8K, Addr 0000 - 1FFF GY-6.BIN - 02H - Graphics ROM GY-7.BIN - 5B/6C - Graphics ROM, 8K Bank 1, MSB GY-8.BIN - 6B/7C - Graphics ROM, 8K Bank 0, MSB GY-9.BIN - 7B/8C - Graphics
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C:\Virtual\Web\kk\coinop_kb\Historical Documents\Atari Games VaxMail\vax91.txt
Atari/Atari Games VaxMail 1991 Jed Margolin ___________________________________________________________________________ From: GAWD::MCCARTHY "Pat" 2-JAN-1991 12:37:15.74 To: @SYS$MAIL:JUNK CC: MCCARTHY Subj: New employee. If you haven't already noticed or been introduced, we have a new employee starting today. His name is John Moore. He is a hardware design engineer in the Electrical Design group, reporting to me. His office is the corner cubicle just outside my office. Drop by and say Hi. _____
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rtsa1e0.tmp
ARMY TM 11-6625-2735-14 NAVY NAVELEX 0969-LP-170-1090 AIR FORCE TO 33A1-13-498-1 OPERATOR’S, ORGANIZATIONAL, DIRECT SUPPORT, AND GENERAL SUPPORT MAINTENANCE MANUAL (INCLUDING DEPOT MAINTENANCE) FOR OSCILLOSCOPE 0S-261/U (NSN 6625-00-127-0079) DEPARTMENTS OF THE ARMY, THE NAVY, AND THE AIR FORCE 26 MARCH 1979 WARNING DANGEROUS VOLTAGES EXIST IN THIS EQUIPMENT Dangerous potentials exist at several points throughout this equipment. When the equipment is operated with the covers removed, DO NOT touch exposed co
File: C:\Virtual\Web\kk\coinop_kb\Test_Equipment\Tektronix 475\475.pdf 14552018 K - Updated 2005.04.02
Crazy Climber Memory Map
CRAZY CLIMBER HARDWARE DETAILS AND MEMORY MAP by Lionel Theunissen. 08/01/97) Please don't take any of this information as gospel. This is what I have gleaned from my analysis of the CC ROMs and circuits, and I could be wrong about a few things. Some of it is best guess, but most of it should be correct. Bear in mind that it was quite a while ago (3 years) that I was originally working on this, so coming back into it I'm a little fuzzy on details. VIDEO: The video circuitry for Crazy Climber is
File: C:\Virtual\Web\kk\coinop_kb\GameTech\CrazyClimberMap.html 4620 K - Updated 2000.01.23
C:\Virtual\Web\kk\coinop_kb\GameManuals\AirlinePilots_Manual.pdf
1st PRINTING MAY 00 MANUAL NO. 4200-6479-01 STD TYPE OWNER’S MANUAL SEGA ENTERPRISES, INC. USA Warranty Your new Sega Product is covered for a period of 90 days from the date of shipment. This certifies that the Printed Circuit Boards, Power Supplies and Monitor are to be free of defects in workman- ship or materials under normal operating conditions. This also certifies that all Interactive Control Assemblies are to be free from defects in workmanship and materials under normal operating condi- tions
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C:\Virtual\Web\kk\coinop_kb\DataSheets\55564.pdf
1 Semiconductor Description The HC-55564 is a half duplex modulator/demodulator CMOS intergrated circuit used to convert voice signals into serial NRZ digital data and to reconvert that data into voice. The conver- sion is by delta-modulation, using the Continuously Variable Slope (CVSD) method of modulation/demodulation. While the signals are compatible with other CVSD circuits, the inter- nal design is unique. The analog loop filters have been replaced by very low power digital filters which require no ex
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C:\Virtual\Web\kk\coinop_kb\Historical Documents\Atari Games VaxMail\vax89.txt
Atari/Atari Games VaxMail 1989 Jed Margolin ___________________________________________________________________________ From: KIM::HALLY 3-JAN-1989 09:01:01.61 To: DENCKER,RAY,HALLY,ROTBERG,BURGESS,MARGOLIN,COMSTOCK,NOBLE,MOSER,DIEKNEITE,FULLER,GROSSMAN CC: Subj: S.T.U.N. TEAM last update: 1/3/89 Project: S.T.U.N. RUNNER (571) Planned Field Test: FEB. 89 Planned Finished Goods Assy. JUNE 89 Project Leader: MIKE HALLY Programmer(s): ED ROTBERG ANDY BURGESS Engineer: JE
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Z80.DOC
Softaid, Inc. 8310 Guilford Rd, Columbia, MD 21046 (410) 290-7760 UEM Z80 Z80 In-Circuit Emulator Windows-based debugger i ncluded 256k emulation RAM; add up to 1 Mb. 1,000,000 hardware breakpoints 7 event conditions trigger the trace or breakpoint on any bus match, including ranges of addresses and data 32k-deep real time trace, with 32 bit time stamp Performance analyzer shows min, max, and average time of up to 126 fun ctions Performance analysis is a standard feature The 32k trace buffer includes tim
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COP8SAA7/COP8SAB7/COP8SAC7 8-Bit One-Time Programmable (OTP) Microcontroller
COP8SAA7, COP8SAB7, COP8SAC7 COP8SAA7/COP8SAB7/COP8SAC7 8-Bit One-Time Programmable (OTP) Microcontroller General Description The COPSAx7 OTP microcontrollers are members of the COP8™ feature family using an 8-bit single chip core archi- tecture. These devices are fabricated in National Semicon- ductor’s high-density EPROM process, and offered on a va- riety of packages, temperature ranges and voltage ranges to satisfy a wide variety of applications. Key Features n Low cost 8-bit OTP microcontroller n OTP p
File: C:\Virtual\Web\kk\coinop_kb\DataSheets\COP8SAA7-AB7-AC7 Datasheet.pdf 1040840 K - Updated 1999.02.02
LM555/LM555C Timer
LM555, LM555C LM555/LM555C Timer General Description The LM555 is a highly stable device for generating accurate time delays or oscillation. Additional terminals are provided for triggering or resetting if desired. In the time delay mode of operation, the time is precisely controlled by one external re- sistor and capacitor. For astable operation as an oscillator, the free running frequency and duty cycle are accurately controlled with two external resistors and one capacitor. The circuit may be triggered a
File: C:\Virtual\Web\kk\coinop_kb\DataSheets\LM555 Datasheet.pdf 192781 K - Updated 2002.12.17
C:\Virtual\Web\kk\coinop_kb\Historical Documents\Atari Games VaxMail\vax88.txt
Atari/Atari Games VaxMail 1988 Jed Margolin ___________________________________________________________________________ From: MIKE::LIEBSTER 4-JAN-1988 14:39:28.82 To: @SYS$MAIL:EVERYBODY CC: Subj: PAYMENT OF CONSULTANTS/CONTRACTORS STARTING THIS YEAR WE WILL BE PAYING CONSULTANTS AND CONTRACTORS THROUGH PAYROLL INSTEAD OF ACCOUNTS PAYABLE. THIS WILL ALLOW US TO AUTOMATICALLY KEEP TRACK AND GENERATE YEAR-END 1099 INFORMATION. THIS WILL APPLY TO ALL CONTRACTORS OR COMPANIES THAT ARE NO
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DAC0800/DAC0801/DAC0802 8-Bit Digital-to-Analog Converters
DAC0800, DAC0801, DAC0802 TL/H/5686 DAC0800/DAC0801/DAC08028-BitDigital-to-AnalogConverters January 1995 DAC0800/DAC0801/DAC0802 8-Bit Digital-to-Analog Converters General Description The DAC0800 series are monolithic 8-bit high-speed cur- rent-output digital-to-analog converters (DAC) featuring typi- cal settling times of 100 ns. When used as a multiplying DAC, monotonic performance over a 40 to 1 reference cur- rent range is possible. The DAC0800 series also features high compliance complementary current
File: C:\Virtual\Web\kk\coinop_kb\DataSheets\DAC0800-0801-0802 Datasheet.pdf 251912 K - Updated 1998.01.30
Quad SPST JFET Analog Switches
LF11201, LF11202, LF11331, LF11332, LF11333, LF13201, LF13202, LF13331, LF13332, LF13333 TL/H/5667 LF11331/LF13331/LF11332/LF13332/LF11333/LF13333/LF11201/ LF13201/LF11202/LF13202QuadSPSTJFETAnalogSwitches January 1995 Quad SPST JFET Analog Switches LF11331, LF13331 4 Normally Open Switches with Disable LF11332, LF13332 4 Normally Closed Switches with Disable LF11333, LF13333 2 Normally Closed Switches and 2 Normally Open Switches with Disable LF11201, LF13201 4 Normally Closed Switches LF11202, LF13202 4 N
File: C:\Virtual\Web\kk\coinop_kb\DataSheets\LF13331.pdf 271616 K - Updated 1997.07.31
Quad SPST JFET Analog Switches
LF11201, LF11202, LF11331, LF11332, LF11333, LF13201, LF13202, LF13331, LF13332, LF13333 TL/H/5667 LF11331/LF13331/LF11332/LF13332/LF11333/LF13333/LF11201/ LF13201/LF11202/LF13202QuadSPSTJFETAnalogSwitches January 1995 Quad SPST JFET Analog Switches LF11331, LF13331 4 Normally Open Switches with Disable LF11332, LF13332 4 Normally Closed Switches with Disable LF11333, LF13333 2 Normally Closed Switches and 2 Normally Open Switches with Disable LF11201, LF13201 4 Normally Closed Switches LF11202, LF13202 4 N
File: C:\Virtual\Web\kk\coinop_kb\DataSheets\LF13331_Datasheet.pdf 271616 K - Updated 2002.12.17
C:\Virtual\Web\kk\coinop_kb\Historical Documents\Atari Games VaxMail\vax92.txt
Atari/Atari Games VaxMail 1992 Jed Margolin ___________________________________________________________________________ From: BERT::FRANCES 2-JAN-1992 17:56:52.97 To: MARGOLIN CC: Subj: PHONE MESSAGE DAN ASH 879-3037 10:27AM NEW 2101 MATERIAL HAS NO BUGS. CALL MARGO FOR MORE INFO. ___________________________________________________________________________ From: BERT::BROWN 3-JAN-1992 19:39:22.02 To: @SYS$MAIL:EVERYBODY CC: BROWN Subj: PREMIUM PAYMENT PLAN, MODIFIED CAFETERIA PLAN
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C:\Virtual\Web\kk\coinop_kb\Historical Documents\Atari Games VaxMail\vax90.txt
Atari/Atari Games VaxMail 1990 Jed Margolin ___________________________________________________________________________ From: BERT::LTURNER 2-JAN-1990 15:43:12.18 To: @SYS$MAIL:EVERYBODY CC: LTURNER Subj: New Baby This is to annouce the arrival of a new addition at the Moore house. His name is Evan Alexander Bettencourt Moore. He was born on Saturday, December 30, at 10:21A. Weight -- 7 lbs 10 oz Height -- 20 1/2 inches Mother and baby are home and doing well. _____________________________
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LM3080 Operational Transconductance Amplifier
LM3080 TL/H/7148 LM3080OperationalTransconductanceAmplifier February 1995 LM3080 Operational Transconductance Amplifier General Description The LM3080 is a programmable transconductance block in- tended to fulfill a wide variety of variable gain applications. The LM3080 has differential inputs and high impedance push-pull outputs. The device has high input impedance and its transconductance (gm) is directly proportional to the am- plifier bias current (IABC). High slew rate together with programmable gain m
File: C:\Virtual\Web\kk\coinop_kb\DataSheets\LM3080 Datasheet.pdf 192639 K - Updated 1997.08.16
LM566C Voltage Controlled Oscillator
LM566C TL/H/7854 LM566CVoltageControlledOscillator February 1995 LM566C Voltage Controlled Oscillator General Description The LM566CN is a general purpose voltage controlled oscil- lator which may be used to generate square and triangular waves, the frequency of which is a very linear function of a control voltage. The frequency is also a function of an exter- nal resistor and capacitor. The LM566CN is specified for operation over the 0§C to a70§C temperature range. Features Y Wide supply voltage range: 10V
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Q*Bert Troubleshooting Guide
Page 1 of 4 TROUBLESHOOTING Q*BERT Reprinted from the Gottlieb “On Target” Newsletter March/April and May/June 1983. Foreground on the Gottlieb GG-III Video System is generated on a 16x16 pixel format. Foreground characters can be moved to any point on the CRT with each having its own priority scheme in relationship to the other foreground characters. The foreground characters consist of: The word "Q*bert" on the instruction frame, all moving characters, the large letters for highest score on the high score
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Troubleshooting Q*Bert
Page 1 of 4 TROUBLESHOOTING Q*BERT Reprinted from the Gottlieb “On Target” Newsletter March/April and May/June 1983. Foreground on the Gottlieb GG-III Video System is generated on a 16x16 pixel format. Foreground characters can be moved to any point on the CRT with each having its own priority scheme in relationship to the other foreground characters. The foreground characters consist of: The word "Q*bert" on the instruction frame, all moving characters, the large letters for highest score on the high score
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C:\Virtual\Web\kk\coinop_kb\DataSheets\Nsc800.txt
---------------------------------------------------------------- | | | | | National Semiconductor | | | | N N SSSSS CCCC 88888 000 000 | | NN N S S C C 8 8 0 0 0 0 | | N N N S C 8 8 0 0 0 0
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C:\Virtual\Web\kk\coinop_kb\DataSheets\8041.txt
---------------------------------------------------------------- | | | | | Intel | | | | 88888 000 4 1 | | 8 8 0 0 44 11 | | 8 8 0 0 0 4 4 1
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C:\Virtual\Web\kk\coinop_kb\DataSheets\8086.txt
---------------------------------------------------------------- | | | | | Intel | | | | 88888 000 88888 666 | | 8 8 0 0 8 8 6 | | 8 8 0 0 0 8 8 6
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C:\Virtual\Web\kk\coinop_kb\DataSheets\8088.txt
---------------------------------------------------------------- | | | | | Intel | | | | 88888 000 88888 88888 | | 8 8 0 0 8 8 8 8 | | 8 8 0 0 0 8 8 8 8
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C:\Virtual\Web\kk\coinop_kb\GameTech\Board Pinouts\Phoenix.txt
Phoenix Centuri, 1980 There are two boards to the Phoenix boardset, the logic and the CPU board. OVG-15D (Logic board, 12 EPROMs) OVG-15U (CPU board, 8085 CPU, 8 pin DIP switch, 36 pin edge connector) The game is powered using these supply outputs: +5V DC @ 11 amps -5V DC @ 1 amp +12V DC @ 2 amps None of the diagrams nor the manual mention the current requirements of the game (that is, the amps required for each voltage output). But my game is powered by a Peter Chou power supply and the above c
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C:\Virtual\Web\kk\coinop_kb\DataSheets\Z80\insdesc.txt
************************************************************************ ** Z80 MICROPROCESSOR Instruction Set Summary ** ************************************************************************ +--------------------------------------------------------------+ | | | | | Zilog | |
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C:\Virtual\Web\kk\coinop_kb\DataSheets\Z80\Z80.txt
---------------------------------------------------------------- | | | | | Zilog | | | | ZZZZZZZ 88888 000 | | Z 8 8 0 0 | | Z 8 8 0 0 0
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C:\Virtual\Web\kk\coinop_kb\DataSheets\8048.txt
---------------------------------------------------------------- | | | | | Intel | | | | 88888 000 4 88888 | | 8 8 0 0 44 8 8 | | 8 8 0 0 0 4 4 8 8
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C:\Virtual\Web\kk\coinop_kb\DataSheets\8085a.txt
---------------------------------------------------------------- | | | | | Intel | | | | 88888 000 88888 5555555 A | | 8 8 0 0 8 8 5 A A | | 8 8 0 0 0 8 8 5 A A
File: C:\Virtual\Web\kk\coinop_kb\DataSheets\8085a.txt 15600 K - Updated 1997.01.03

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