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This little project is a useful extension of the Digilent PmodVGA adapter for audio out, of course in stereo.
Very useful for good old hardware requiring analog RGB output plus sound.
I will update my custom chip projects and even plan for a new replacement board, as the old Spartan-2 based one is a bit outdated meanwhile.
This should ensure that arcade PCB boards can be kept functional for a long time to come!
Williams game plaform replica on FPGA
A popular arcade game platform implemented on a modern FPGA.
Also a collection of different IP components for a Motorola MC68xx computing platform. The aim is a 100% correct replication of the original board sets.
Wireless connection for Commodore Computers
An improvement of the “Wifi Sixtyfour” modem firmware in a reliable and compact hardware setup.
Compared to other projects, it implements proper level shifters and uses a more compact WIFI module. This open-source firmware stays Wifi64 compatible, but adds features for online gaming and will at least work for VIC-20 and C64 (and probably other CBM machines as well).
Atari Joystick Adapter for BBC-B Microcomputers
A converter for the analogue joystick port to use classic, switch-based Atari joysticks with 9pin connectors.
Compared to other projects, this design also allows active joysticks (e.g. with auto-fire) requiring a 5V supply.
DIY Joystick using Arcade spare parts
… coming soon