or KIM Clone!
By Timothy Alicie
Demonstrates his design for a cassette interface for the Micro-KIM single board computer from Briel Computers (a replica of the 1970’s KIM-1 SBC). The original KIM-1 has a built-in cassette interface, but the Micro-KIM replica does not, so I designed and built his own. The design uses a single PIC micro-controller, is very reliable, supports all HyperTAPE speeds, and has the ability to save and play back recorded data into the KIM-1.
Didier form aida.org was approached by his friend Erik about a malfunctioning MPS-65. By studying the material on thi...
A new article in English, but in fact an article from May 1979 in Dutch: how to suppress the KIM-1 hardware echo.
On the Utilities page I have two programs to convert to MOS Technology papertape format: KIMpaper, a command line utilit...