Kansas City standard cassette recording

From: Neil Cherry <ncherry_at_home.net>
Date: Sun Dec 10 11:56:20 2000

Tony Duell wrote:
> > I think that what 'philpem' was looking for was not the stuff from Lesea
> > and Zaks, but the circuit information and software images that
> > Wiggeshoff offered to send on request.
> A number of years ago (heck, the prototype probably comes under the 10
> year rule :-)) I designed a little interface to convert between audio
> cassette data (using the standard 1200Hz/2400Hz tones) and an RS232 port.
> I know I used it to read BBC micro cassettes and BASICODE recordings into
> a machine with an RS232 port. It works at up to 1200 baud. The Tx used a
> crystal clock and a set of counters, the Rx used the classic 2 monostable
> circuit. And I even used one of the handshake lines to turn a relay on
> and off to control the cassette motor.
> I can't find the physical unit, but I can find the schematics and parts
> list for it. I'd be happy to make one or 2 copies of this (but not many
> more) and to send them out. I'd also have no objections to further
> distribution, so if somebody wants to scan them and stick them on a
> suitable website, that would be fine.
> If anyone is interested, let me know.

I have a scanner and would like to build one.

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