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== Amiga Floppy Project ==
 
== Amiga Floppy Project ==
  
This project is the building of an external USB Amiga floppy drive controller. It sits between the USB port on a Windows PC, and a regular PC floppy drive. It will allow the PC to create .ADF images from an Amiga floppy disk. This device is based on a Parallax SX28 microcontroller, uses Ramtron FRAM memory for temporary track storage, and uses another Parallax component for the USB interface.
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This project is the building of an external USB amiga floppy drive controller. It sits between the USB port on a Windows PC, and a regular PC floppy drive. It will allow the PC to create .ADF images from an amiga floppy disk. This device is based on a Parallax SX28 microcontroller, uses Ramtron FRAM memory for temporary track storage, and uses another Parallax component for the USB interface.
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== Related projects ==
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== related projects ==
  
* [[Minimig]], an open source exact FPGA re-implementation of an [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amiga_500 Amiga 500].
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* [[Minimig]], an open source exact FPGA re-implementation of an Amiga 500.
  
 
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