New Real-Time Interface Boards for µCs

A First: Six I/O Boards for the 16-Bit TM-990/100M. Plus, A Cost-Effective Input Board for 8080-Based Microcomputers

Analog Devices RTI "Real-Time Interfaces" are complete, cost-effective analog input-output systems that are physically, electrically, functionally, and software-compatible with the most popular microcomputers.

If you were a reader of Analog Dialogue 11-1, you encountered the first of the series, the RTI-1200, an input/output board designed for direct interfacing with the SBC 80/10 and similar systems. Read full article



Russ VerNooy