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Old 18 September 2013, 20:22   #13
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The Suska III-C (the most expensive of all the FPGA boards at €620) includes a floppy disk connector. The open source Suska HDL includes a working re-creation of a WD1772 chip (used in various designs, not just Atari ST).

http://experiment-s.de/en/boards/suska-iii-c/

I commend Wolfgang's attention to detail but I imagine it is unlikely for many retro-computer FPGA developers would go to the effort of implementing a physically functional floppy disk drive controller AND a virtual one too.

(Remember, exact timing can be very important in this component to allow copy protected disks to work etc.)

If you want the data off physical floppy disks, there is always the Kryoflux.
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