Subject: Re: ISA IRQ signal active how long?
Date: Fri, 04 Oct 2002 20:20:18 -0400
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petrus bitbyter wrote:
> I ever read a copy of an Intel spec. Don'n know where it came from. Not from
> the internet as it was not that popular at the time. We needed it as we made
> some ISA cards and had to check others for compatibility. But these days are
> long gone. Maybe it's somewhere in some archive. But even if I can find it,
> it was over 50 pages of A4 that I cannot publish on the internet because
> it's copyright of Intel. Did you ever Google for it? Maybe you can ask
Yes, I have searched for any such document. IEEE made it a standard
some 8 or 10 years ago, IEEE-696 or something similar (6's and 9's, but
not 666 :). You had to pay for the "official" copy, but there would
always be a "final draft" copy that was circulated freely and would have
only very minor differences to the offical document. I thought I could
find that, but no.
So I can buy a book by Solari, but that is not the "spec". But since
there no longer is a "spec", I guess Solari is as good as any.
The really wierd part is that PC/104 is based on the IEEE spec and now
there is no IEEE spec.
Rick "rickman" Collins
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