DC2N4 low-cost preliminary test results are positive

I’ve managed to dump Silkworm again but this time using a low-cost micro-controller which is what DC2N4 low-cost is based on: 99% recognized in TAPClean and all check bytes match the expected values🙂

The sampling coming from the device is still reliable so that the CBM filename extraction feature of the GUI client is still capable to discover the filename:

DC2N4 GUI client communicating with a low-cost version of DC2N4

DC2N4 GUI client communicating with a low-cost version of DC2N4

It feels a bit overwhelming to be working at so many things at the same time, but I will try to get a draft version of the PCB finished by the end of the week so that I will be able to quickly adapt it to whatever case I will decide to use to enclose the hardware🙂

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