TTL computing

From: Christopher Smith <>
Date: Wed Apr 10 16:38:28 2002

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Roger Merchberger []

> If you actually put sockets on the board and insert the fuses
> into that,
> you could simulate an EPROM/Flash[like] part. ;-) It'd take a while to
> "erase & re-write", but hey... ;-)

Exactly what I wanted to do. I thought about setting them flat against
a board and using the small (half-inch long) "glass tube" inline fuses.

If I can get those to smoke the glass dramatically enough when they blow,
it would be easy to replace the blown parts with fresh fuses for a new
program. Not to mention that it may be fun to be able to re-arrange the
fuses ;)


Christopher Smith, Perl Developer
Amdocs - Champaign, IL

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