I was actually looking at making an IDE interface the other night. The
IDE spec/pinout I read said that it uses 16 I/O lines, however I read
somewhere else that it's possible to do 8bit transfers with IDEwith only
8 I/O lines, does anyone know any more about this? This would make
sense since CF cards seem to only use 11 I/O lines.
Hervé BOTERMAN wrote:
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> From: Marc Nicholas <email@example.com>
> To: <ucsimm@uClinux.com>
> Sent: Wednesday, June 28, 2000 11:57 PM
> Subject: [uCsimm] IDE interface?
> > Sorry if this has been discussed before...but has anyone had any job
> > hooking up an IDE interface to the uCsimm?
> > -marc
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> http://www.mp3ar.com they release a soft IDE interface on a little PIC !
> If they can do it on a PIC it should be easy to do it on uCsimm/68k !
> The only problem is that uCsimm has to few IO to drive IDE (32bits + some
> control lines). You have to use multiplexors/latches with levels convertor
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