DEC ADV11-D Analog to Digital converter with DMA
jsw at ieee.org
Sat Oct 17 09:07:49 CDT 2020
Thanks, I had wondered if some the earlier ADV-11and AAV-11 boards were
just re-branded DTI boards. I have been hoping this is true for the -D
The most likely candidates are the DT2784/DT2782 and DT2771. Now if I
can just find manuals for these...
On 10/17/20 2:06 AM, Paul Anderson wrote:
> I think they were made by Data Translation.
> On Fri, Oct 16, 2020 at 8:00 PM Jerry Weiss via cctech
> <cctech at classiccmp.org <mailto:cctech at classiccmp.org>> wrote:
> On 10/16/20 5:34 PM, Mark Matlock via cctech wrote:
> > I recently acquired an ADV11-D Qbus A/D board and having
> been working on a RSX11M+ driver for it. It is similar enough to
> the ADV11-C that the driver I wrote for the -C works ok, but the
> -D is DMA capable.
> > It seems to have two extra CSR registers in addition to the
> CSR, and read buffer. Does anyone have documentation for this
> board? It is mentioned in the Oct. 88 Microsystems Option Guide
> and both RSX and VMS supported it. It was also mentioned in the
> Dec 92 Real Time Products Technical manual.
> > It has a 40 pin IDC connector that appears to have some
> amount of differences from the ADV11-C and no where have I seen
> any info on the DMA capability.
> > Does anyone have a ADV11-D user manual or XXDP source code
> for testing it?
> > Thanks,
> > Mark
> I just picked a AAV11-D D/A Board for which documentation is also
> scarce. The general design may be similar. I should be able to
> engineer the analog/digital output section for pin-outs. Lacking
> manuals/source code, if someone has an existing driver or software in
> binary, I would be willing to disassemble that for its secrets.
> these boards mimic the methods used by ADAC or Data Translation
> used for
> their Qbus products. Their documentation may also give some
> insight on
> how to setup these CSR's.
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