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In a message dated 6/2/2018 12:21:26 AM US Mountain Standard Time, cctalk at
I checked my books, and don't have any of the Fairchild stuff left,
passed em on a couple of years ago. Online, I think I hit the same
ones you are talking about but including links just in case.
I assume you have looked at the 1983 manual, pages 6-51 on with the
notional system design and timing information thera on trailingedge
And this -
Abstract: applications of microprocessor in printer FAIRCHILD A
Schlumberger Company Advance Product Information PEP-45 Prototyping,
Evaluation and Programming Board Microprocessor Product Description
The Fairchild PEP-45 is a single-board microcomputer for ,
microprocessor. When used with the Fairchild System-I (FS-I)
development system, the PEP-45 board provides , \is to 200 ms
Fairchild Camera and Instrument Corporation, Microprocessor Division
3420 Central Expressway, Santa Clara, California 95051 (408) 773-1000
TWX MICPSNTA ??1982 Fairchild Printed in U.S.A
On Fri, Jun 1, 2018 at 10:03 PM, Robert Armstrong via cctech
<cctech at classiccmp.org> wrote:
I'm looking for manual scans, software, really any
documentation of any
kind for the Fairchild F9440 or 9445 (aka the MicroFlame) microprocessors.
Yes, bitsavers and a few other places have datasheets for the chips, but
that's really about all the documentation I've found. And yes, I know that
they're Nova clones and can run DG software, but Fairchild had their own
development tools too that seem to have disappeared completely.
In particular, Fairchild had a single board computer for the 9445 called
(I think) the PEP-45. It had a built in EPROM monitor called PEPBUG-45.
I'd love to find manuals and schematics for that gizmo. Actually I'd be
interested in documentation for any systems that used either of the 944x