[NTLK] Cash for books ;-)

Terence Griffin griffin at nist.gov
Mon Feb 13 10:36:18 EST 2017

Matthias -

You probably found this:


No copy, but Warthman worked on the book. Maybe they could help you find 
a copy. They had a link to Cirrus. I
poked around, but they don't seem to have support these old products. 
Good luck!

- Tere

On 02/13/2017 10:26 AM, Matthias Melcher wrote:
>> On Feb 13, 2017, at 4:15 PM, Victor Rehorst <victor at chuma.org> wrote:
>> Matthias, perhaps you've already thought of this, but have you perused the SA-1100 Technical Reference Manual?
>> If my memory serves me (though often, it does not), the SA-1100 was essentially an integration of the SA-110 core and the vast majority of the Voyager chipset's functionality on a single chip die.
> Thanks, Victor!
> Yes, I have been studying the SA-1100 and SA-1110 manuals as well as the Cirrus EP93xx documentation. They all are quite similar, yet not the same. A lot of the information can be reused, the basic though process is the same, but the details are different. The register addresses are different and can't always be mapped 1 to 1. The bits within the registers are scrambled, missing, added, inverted, etc. . It's all those little mean things that make programming the emulator more of an experiment in patience than a logic deduction. ;-)
> And it would be oh so cool if we had these docs ;-D
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