Now with 20% more walruses
Started by CVSoft, November 01, 2015, 10:38:42 am
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LCD board:IC1 Row driver: Sitronix ST8024F4 AOG659.1W8B1187703IC2/IC3 Column drivers: Sitronix ST8016F3 AOM275.1 AS9500QIC4 EL Driver: ZSP4\403L [ZSP4403]555-0894O-D Keyboard/Audio board:U1 Microcontroller: (TI)96A2PKT G4\M430F147\REV N [TI MSP430F147]U2 Serial FlashROM: 25P40VP U3 : BY42U4 Audio Controller: AIC28I\TI 96W\Z13N G4U5/U6 Op-amp: BB OPA\2340UA\96JQDU7 : Not presentU8 Voltage Converter: [National Semiconductor logo]CHAB\LMC76\96JQD [LMC7660]U9 : PDPU10 : R2BU11 Instrumentation Amplifier: AD623A\[Analog Devices logo]#0926\1654476
Quote from: CVSoft on November 02, 2015, 09:19:21 amThat's what I'm thinking, but hoping against. An FPGA-hosted CPU would be a nightmare for homebrewing. The firmware includes a raw binary for the FPGA, but I don't have any idea how to have ideas on interpreting that data. I also don't know how the FPGA would be able of self-updating its firmware (maybe the MSP430 can do this?).
Quote from: CVSoft on November 05, 2015, 09:27:02 pmAfter poking around in the firmware files, I've determined the OS was written in C++.
Quote from: Adriweb on November 05, 2015, 09:32:55 pmQuote from: CVSoft on November 05, 2015, 09:27:02 pmAfter poking around in the firmware files, I've determined the OS was written in C++.Lies! I've told you that since the very beginning!
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