Printed circuit board to build ASCII terminal that uses conventional PS/2 keyboard and VGA screenDesigned by Peter Hizalev in United States of America
TLDR; This product is a printed circuit board based on the original Geoff Graham design. If you need the entire kit you can buy it here. ATTENTION! Version 3.2 of the ASCII Terminal has following sig…Read More…
This product is a printed circuit board based on the original Geoff Graham design.
If you need the entire kit you can buy it here.
ATTENTION! Version 3.2 of the ASCII Terminal has following significant changes to the original Geoff's design:
This is VT-100 and XTerm compatible video terminal implemented on the PIC32 microcontroller. It has a serial interface with TTL or RS-232 signal levels, input from a standard PS/2 keyboard, and output to a VGA monitor. There is also a USB interface that supports serial over USB and acts as a USB-to-serial converter.
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