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Old 28 May 2005, 16:52   #1
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I need one output line...

I have successfully built and uploaded to AMINET an A-D Converter.
This is primarily designed for WinUAE but works on genuine AMIGAs also.
It is in the hard/hack/ drawer of AMINET as:-


It works well enough as a Voltmeter, and with additional HW/SW as
an RF Power Meter and AF Wattmeter...

I have hit a snag with my latest project tho`.
This snag ONLY occurs under WinUAE.

I am building a Data-Logger/(Transient Recorder|) for genuine MIGGYs
and WinAUE using the same HW and SW.

As there are NO Output lines that I can see I had to make my
HW control my SW instead of the reverse.

I use the two buttons of the PC games port as my Inputs,
one controls the SW the other is the serial data input.

This is the problem:-

Every so often there is a glitch in the reading, which is a function
of Windows NOT WinUAE.

I would like yo be able to control my HW from a single control
line from say the parallel port or maybe the serial port.

Is this possible under WinUAE?

If so then can any suggest an AMIGA assembler routine
that I can use to give me one Output line and one Input line?.

Many thanks in advance for ANY replies.



Author of the TestGear?.lha and related projects in AMINET.
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