uPD7210 datasheet

From: Philip Pemberton <philpem_at_dsl.pipex.com>
Date: Tue Jan 11 04:49:23 2005

In message <3C9C07E832765C4F92E96B06BDC0747A011134D0_at_gd-mail03.oce.nl>
          Gooijen H <GOOI_at_oce.nl> wrote:

> it's been a long time, but I vagely remember the 7210 as the graphics
> processor from NEC.

Nope - the 7210 was NEC's IEEE-488/HPIB/GPIB controller chip. I've got a CEC
PCI-488 GPIB card that uses it and the "Advanced Programming" section of the
manual makes a lot of references to the 7210 datasheet...

What I want to do is make the CEC card act like a GPIB device that's been set
to "Always Listen" mode so I can take copies of the screen on my HP 1651B
logic analyser. It shouldn't be too hard to write a bit of code to convert
the Laserjet control codes into a bitmap image...

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