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    Quote Originally Posted by marcopolo View Post
    Andrew,

    I just bought a batch of NS32K CPU and peripherals.

    I'm interested in your PD32 and the PD32+

    Do you have any news from Dave Rand and the PD32+ prototype?

    Thanks,
    Marc

    Hi
    You can have my PD32 KiCAD file set if you want to make your own PD32 board(s). They are ready to go to prototype board production. I am not making any more PCB projects or getting boards. I'll check with Dave on the status of his PD32+ KiCAD project files.

    Andrew Lynch

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    Quote Originally Posted by marcopolo View Post
    Andrew,

    I just bought a batch of NS32K CPU and peripherals.

    I'm interested in your PD32 and the PD32+

    Do you have any news from Dave Rand and the PD32+ prototype?

    Thanks,
    Marc
    Marc,
    Could you tell me the sources of your NS32K CPU & peripherals?

    I have a batch of NS32008 that I've collected over the years. Recently I bought a batch of NS32202 from Quest Components cheaply. Anchor Electronics has NS32016 at reasonable price but their NS32201 is $20! I'm looking for a few NS32201 at a more reasonable price as well as some NS32081.
    Bill

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    MP sent.

    32C201D-10 from my supplier are new and cost $5
    Available for exchange (20-300 pcs available per part number):
    MC68000 DIP 16Mhz, DSP65002,XC56303PV80, ADSP-2101KP-50, AD1848, 80C188XL12, PAL20X10, PAL20L8, PAL20R6, PAL20R8, DSPB56721AF, FDC9229BT

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    Available for exchange (20-300 pcs available per part number):
    MC68000 DIP 16Mhz, DSP65002,XC56303PV80, ADSP-2101KP-50, AD1848, 80C188XL12, PAL20X10, PAL20L8, PAL20R6, PAL20R8, DSPB56721AF, FDC9229BT

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    Hi,
    I didn't noticed that you are located at France. The shipping cost from Europe is too high to consider buying small quantity from there. The 32201 is probably simple enough to emulate with logics. I may just get one 32081 somewhere to check out the design.

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    I have enough NS32K CPU and peripherals for the next 20 years

    NS32K.jpg
    Available for exchange (20-300 pcs available per part number):
    MC68000 DIP 16Mhz, DSP65002,XC56303PV80, ADSP-2101KP-50, AD1848, 80C188XL12, PAL20X10, PAL20L8, PAL20R6, PAL20R8, DSPB56721AF, FDC9229BT

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    A nice collection. Now you can design a few boards and put them to good use.

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    Now, I need to find some free time
    Available for exchange (20-300 pcs available per part number):
    MC68000 DIP 16Mhz, DSP65002,XC56303PV80, ADSP-2101KP-50, AD1848, 80C188XL12, PAL20X10, PAL20L8, PAL20R6, PAL20R8, DSPB56721AF, FDC9229BT

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