To date I have not found a Lambda manual anywhere online, nor any documentation or diagrams save the ones already reproduced here. My own "Your Computer" flavor of Lambda did come with a paper manual included in the lot, so I consider myself fortunate. At the risk of annoying any copyright holders, (who by this point should be more concerned with preserving their hard work for posterity rather than expecting to realize further revenue after three decades), I have scanned my copy into a PDF.
It was too big to upload to this forum, but Rich has graciously posted it on his site. It can be found at:
http://www.rwapsoftware.co.uk/DOC/Your- ... Manual.pdf
It is my hope that anyone who has managed to find a working copy of this rare vintage computer, but not its original manual, will find it useful. Enjoy.
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Did anyone ever build one of these? I was there when it was hashed out but I dont know if one ever did get built or if it was just theorysiggi wrote:Maybe you don't know Wilf's High Speed Interface?PokeMon wrote:BUSRQ and BUSACK are not really important.
I don't know any hardware using these signals (for DMA access only).