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From: "Leroy Davis"
Subject: Re: 8051 GPIB interface
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Date: Sat, 14 Sep 2002 21:34:32 GMT
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Organization: RoadRunner - Central Florida
The GPIB is a simple interface to connect up to. You only need to decode the
incoming [talk] address. Grab the data on DAV and send out a NDAC.
I have a page for GPIB out at:
I'll add a link to it tonight with a Hardware interface schematic.
"Dan" wrote in message
> I need to send the output of an HP1630A logic analyzer to a standard
> Centronics printer.
> The problem is that the HP1630A output is GPIB (also known as HP-IB or
> IEEE 488).
> I would like to build the interface myself, using an 8051 or PIC.
> Any ideas?
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