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    EEVblog #1056 – Digilent Open Scope MZ Review

    Dave looks at the Digilent Open Scope MZ Review, an $89 open source oscilloscope, logic ...

    • Paul

      I think you should look for a newer chip, and keep it, looks like there’s life in the old bird yet.

    • Franck

      ah back in time. ORIC/ATMOS was using 6502/6116 41256 4164 mem chips.
      But specifically in france during the analog cyphering pay TV, this 48Z02 was used to store sequences for reordering tv lines.

      CANAL+ decodeur 1980
      http://www.eighties.fr/societe/402-naissance-canal-plus

      • Paul

        That’s interesting Franck, just got my daughter to read it to me, that expensive education paid off, she is a fluent French speaking girl, very fascinating subject I must say.

    • MarkR

      Did you save the contents?

      • Yep, got both saved.
        Not that the cal contents of a NVRAM on a meter that has presumably drifted out spec is really of any value.

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