amigawiki

User Tools

Site Tools

Translations of this page?:

Sidebar

 Categories

 Families

  Driven by DokuWiki
talk:index_updates  en:index_updates

Updates : newest Changes

=======

The last 10 changes in the english-namespace (without wiki-internal):      (or alternate Changes-Plugin)

  • 74_646 - Octal Transceiver/Register
    74_646 - Octal Transceiver/Register
    Octal Transceiver/Register with 3-STATE Outputs
    [74F646SPC]
    These devices consist of bus transceiver circuits with
    3-STATE, D-type flip-flops, and control circuitry arranged
    for multiplexed transmission of data directly from the input
    bus or from the internal registers. Data on the A or B bus
    will be clocked into the registers as the appropriate clock...more
  • Amiga
    Amiga
    [Last official Logo]
    The Commodore Amiga (spanish: girlfriend) was a widespread computer from the mid-1980s to the mid-1990s, which was particularly popular as a home computer in its entry-level models (A500 and A1200). For his time, he had strong multimedia skills and a powerful, preemptive multitasking operating system. During the Commodore period, he worked consistently with processors of the Motorola 68000 family.more
  • History Of The Amiga
    History Of The Amiga
    The following history of the Amiga documents the development and commercial history of the Amiga, a home computer product line manufactured from the middle 1980s up to today.
    Amiga Corporation
    The Amiga's Original Chip Set was designed by a small company called Amiga Corporation during the end of the first home video game boom. Wary of industrial espionage, the developers codenamed the chipsetmore
  • NComm
    NComm
    NComm 2.0
    NComm is, besides Term, one of the most popular shareware terminal programs.
    In the 90's it was preferably used to connect the Amiga to a BBS system like AMMS via a modem connected to a telephone line. The program is well suited, for example, to exchange files between any two computer systems via the serial interface.more
  • Spirit Of Amiga
    Spirit Of Amiga
    Without a doubt there is the 'Spirit of Amiga'. But... how do you explain it? What is it made of?
    Maybe we'll get closer to an explanation in the next few weeks by sending the thought on the journey and adding a little text.
    For the very private and personal experiences and impressions I have created an extra foldermore
  • GND (Ground)
    GND (Ground)
    GND, 0 Volt, 0-potential, abbreviation for “Ground”. The voltage or “potential difference” is measured against this potential. The voltage potential of positive voltages is higher than GND, negative voltages have a voltage potential below GND. In colloquial terms, GND is often mistakenly referred to as negative supply voltage. A current (positive or negative) flows back to the voltage source via the GND line.more
  • Bus
    Bus
    It is a so-called physical line system, i. e. a bundle of interconnected lines on the mainboard, which can be used to exchange data between the various hardware components (processor, main memory and peripherals).
    * Adress bus: Memory cells are selected in a memorymore
  • Special Models
    Special Models
    This refers to all computers that were not developed by Commodore or Amiga. These can be' private' enhancements as well as completely new platforms.
    A1000 PhoenixMotherboard-Replacement for A1000GB A1000Motherboard-Replacement for A1000MinimigFPGA-Implementation A500more
  • Schematics (Vector)
    Schematics (Vector)
    Here is the link list or schematic overview page for the newly created Vector schematics in PDF format. Each schematic can also be searched for text ;-)
    Please see the notes at the end of this page.
    
    A500
    * Amiga 500 Rev.6 (nbsp) :pdf:more
  • Picasso IV
    Picasso IV
    product name: Picasso IV
    manufacturer: Village Tronic, Germany
    time of production: 1996 - 1999
    Autoconfig ID: 2167 / 21, 22, 23 | 24 (Z2 | Z3)
    UVP: 450 USD (1997)
    The Picasso IV was the last graphic card of Village Tronic developed for Amiga computers.more
  • Flat Ribbon Connector FFC-FPC
  • MyStory JohnS: My Amiga - a little bit of history
  • Overview DOS Commands
  • Glossar
  • Important !
  • Amiga Family: A1200
  • Keyboards
  • Accessories
  • Amiga Family Overview
  • Picasso Classic (prototype)
Top ↑


www.amigawiki.org


to the -> News-Page       to the -> **complete** Index 
· Last modified: 2017/10/21 18:39