1977 TV Typewriter Cookbook Scelbi 8H Mark-8 SWTPC CT-1024 MITS Altair 8800 For Sale

1977 TV Typewriter Cookbook Scelbi 8H Mark-8 SWTPC CT-1024 MITS Altair 8800


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1977 TV Typewriter Cookbook
Following up on Don Lancaster's groundbreaking 1973 article detailing the first DIY computer terminal in a major trade/hobby magazine, here's everything you need to know to build your own dumb terminal for any 1970s-vintage micro (KIM-1, AIM 65, IMSAI 8080, etc). Apart from a little cover wear, the book is in very goodcondition. Softcover, 256 pages. This item ships WORLDWIDE.
Please note, there are three different covers, shown above. You may receive either, depending on availability. The contents are otherwise identical.Contents include:
Chapter 1. Some BasicsChapter 2. Integrated Circuits for TVT useChapter 3. MemoryChapter 4. System Timing - Calculation and CircuitsChapter 5. Cursor and Update CircuitsChapter 6. Keyboards and EncodersChapter 7. Serial InterfacesChapter 8. Television InterfacesChapter 9. Hard Copy and Color Graphics


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