Just route one pin on the board and you have "ART".
The design is not protected but the layout etc should be and is.
If you need any help with your cause lets talk..
> Thank you for the response, however a diatribe about hard work was not the
> response I was looking for. Of course anyone with the technical skills could
> build the ucSIMM, that was my point. My question was, "How can a system
> level design, that does not make any innovations, be protected under law as
> proprietary?" I am dealing with this issue with some intellectual property I
> designed, so I am interested in a specific answer.
> As for the guys at RT, I realized that this physical design had advantages,
> mostly that somebody else had already done the work. This is why I bought a
> ucSIMM; I was also lucky enough to receive one of the first round units.
> Andrew Goodney
> USC EE 2000
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