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    I need to dig through my stash of keyboards. A few years ago I bought a couple of unencoded keyboards off ebay. From what I am thinking they are close to what you are using.

    Thanks for posting more about your project.

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    The general design of this code is usable for just about any keyboard with a matrix. Here is one of those one-piece plastic block keyboards designed to be soldered into a PCB a la ADM-3, that I built into a terminal using the same chip but slightly different code.
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    There are still some cheap IBM iPoint NOS keyboards around. All it takes to interface is a 38KHz IR receiver and a UART port capable of doing 1200N81--no wires, no level translation. You get key-up/down codes, so it should be perfect.


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