ctirad wrote:It's a Falcon accelerator designed by me about 20 years ago. I initially "borrowed" the clock-patch and on-off switch via ACIA pin from the Nemesis accelerator. Much later I also designed a new clock patch based on two chips instead of the one that is more suitable for use with the the CT6x acclerators. There was also an SMD version available produced by P.B.S. under my permission.
Atarieterno wrote:Phantom looks like a simple and functional patch.
ctirad wrote:As micro said. The device is extremely simple. One 50Mhz crystal oscillator, 74F00 for 50/32Mhz switching and one 74F04 as a clock output buffre and 32Mhz to 500Hz clock divider on the main device and 74F04 + SN7404N on the clock patch.
joska wrote:Are the schematics available? The circuit sounds very simple, from your description it sounds like the stability is taken care of by the clock patch and not the Phantom itself.
multi wrote:I may have this in one of my falcons. I have a DE branded 030, and it came with an accelerator (@32MHz). If you need me to open it up to take pics, let me know.
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