Interesting S100 boards

From: Sam Ismail <>
Date: Sat Jun 28 13:23:14 1997

I just discovered some *VERY* interesting S100 boards that I didn't
realize I had in my box 'o S-100 boards. They seem to be some kind of
Atari development/prototyping system. The boards are:

65xx Emulator, part no. 100-015-2, (c) 1983 Atari [this is the PCB only]
Trace Memory Interface, part no, 100-003-2, (c) 1983 Atari
6502 Processor, part no. 100-003-2, has a 6502 and some other stuff, such
 as a clock speed DIP switch (1, 2, 4 MHZ settings), some RAM, a couple
 ribbon cable connectors. I have 2 of these boards but one is incomplete
 (does not have all the chips the other one does).

All have the Atari name and logo and a copyright date of 1983.

Also have these:

the Encryptor, Jones Futura Corporation, Model ENC 100-1
California Computer Systems, Model 2832 [has this big, black 3"x3" square
 and 3/8" thick block of resin on it, have no idea what it's hiding]

Any idea what this stuff is?

Computer Historian, Programmer, Musician, Philosopher, Athlete, Writer, Jackass
Received on Sat Jun 28 1997 - 13:23:14 BST

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