Difference between revisions of "Equipment"

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=== A ===
=== A ===
*[[ ABI Boardmaster 4000 ]]
*[[ ABI Boardmaster 4000 ]]
*[[ ABI ICT-24 ]]
*[[ ABI RAM Master Compact ]]
=== D ===
*[[ Data I/O 303A-FAIM Programming Adapter ]]
*[[ Data I/O 29A programmer ]]
*[[ Data I/O Model 60A ]]
*[[ Data I/O Unipak2B ]]


=== E ===
=== E ===
*[[ Chipmax II programmer (EEtools) ]]
*[[ EEtools Chipmax II programmer ]]
 
=== F ===
*[[ Fluke 8051 POD ]]
*[[ Fluke 9000A-68000 interface POD ]]
*[[ Fluke 9000A-8086 interface POD ]]
*[[ Fluke 9000A-Z80QT interface POD ]]
*[[ Fluke 9010 Troubleshooter ]]
*[[ Fluke 9100 Troubleshooter ]]
*[[ Fluke 9132-68030 personality module ]]
*[[ Fluke 9132 interface POD ]]
 
=== H ===
*[[ Hi-Lo Systems ALL-07A programmer ]]
*[[ Hi-Lo Systems ALL-LAB base unit ]]
*[[ Hi-Lo Systems EPP-01A programmer ]]
 
=== L ===
*[[ Lloyd Research L9000 programmer (8Mb version) ]]

Latest revision as of 17:55, 8 June 2022

PLD Dumping Method Legend:

  • Unlocked - The device was not secured and fusemap was read out in a programmer. These are usually untested but assumed working
  • Converted - The device was unlocked as the fusemap converted to a GAL device. Where possible both versions are included in a ZIP file
  • Bruteforced - The device was recreated by bruteforcing where all possible input states are asserted and all output states are logged
  • Recreated - The device was recreated by studying its operation, schematic, etc and manually creating a file
  • Undumped - The device was found on the PCB for was not dumped or recreated
  • Cracked - The device was sent to one of the many Chinese cracking services
  • Glitched - Some GAL devices can be power glitched to allow the fusemap to be read out


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