[aprssig] PCI Card
Neil.Johnson at erudicon.com
Fri Feb 24 20:44:41 CST 2006
AEA (now part of Timewave) had a TNC that was on an ISA card. I believe
it was called a PCB-88 (I believe their standalone TNC was called a PK-88).
It basically looked like an extra COM port to the PC. It had to be
externally powered by a Wall-Wart too.
I had one, but it didn't work when the clock speeds on the ISA bus were
I still have one of their PK-232 MBX's. Haven't used it for a while.
5 Mark Twain Ct
North Liberty, IA 52317
Wes Johnston wrote:
> I"ve got one kicking around in a closet somewhere... a dual port 1200
> baud TNC on an ISA card. Pretty sure it's ISA not pci... good luck
> finding an ISA mobo these days.
> Fred Atkinson, WB4AEJ wrote:
>> I just saw a very old video (that ARRL is still selling) about Packet
>> In that video, they claimed that a TNC that plugged directly into the
>>PCI slot of a PC was under development.
>> Did that ever happen? If so, who manufacturers it?
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