Kit includes PCB and parts to build ASCII VT100 compatible terminal that uses conventional PS/2 keyboard and VGA (or composite) screenSold By Peter Hizalev, Ships from United States of America
Description This product is a kit based on the original Geoff Graham design. Following is the excerpt from Geoff's web site. This is a complete ASCII VT100 compatible video terminal in a single chi...Read More…
This product is a kit based on the original Geoff Graham design. Following is the excerpt from Geoff's web site.
This is a complete ASCII VT100 compatible video terminal in a single chip.
It has a serial interface with TTL or RS232 signal levels, input from a standard PS2 style keyboard and output to a VGA or composite monitor. There is also a USB interface which supports serial over USB and acts as a USB-to-serial converter.
The firmware emulates most features of the DEC VT100 and VT52 terminals and has extensions for graphics (lines, boxes and circles) as well as alternative fonts (large and jumbo).
The entire terminal (video generator, serial interface, etc) is contained in a single low cost chip.
The ASCII Video Terminal project was described in the July 2014 issue of Silicon Chip magazine. This web page provides all that you need to build the project but for a fuller description you should refer to the original magazine article. Back issues of the article can be purchased from Silicon Chip or electronic access can be purchased for about the cost of the printed issue.
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