Re: 2445A calibration

Harvey White

On Sat, 13 Oct 2018 18:45:03 -0400, you wrote:

PHK is an open source legend. His disassembler is available
for free on github.
THe internet is being particularly obtuse tonight, or at least
duckduckgo is...

Have a name I should look for? Perhaps that'll help.

Sorry, and thanks.


PHK wrote the NTP routines for openbsd.

-Chuck Harris

Harvey White wrote:
On Sat, 13 Oct 2018 16:05:14 -0400, you wrote:

PHK, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote a nice one that actually analyzes the code
by executing it. He used it to disassemble the code in some HP counters.
Hmmm, some people want money for those things, not that I begrudge him
the income, but I tend to go to open source.

That's what mine does, although I get tired of writing tools to make


IIRC, the 6802 did more integration of the RAM into the processor. I
think that the DM5010 uses one as well
Tek tended to use the 68B02, which is a 6802 without the internal RAM.
The one in the DM5010 isn't, I think, and actually has internal RAM.
For analysis cases, all it does (of course) is to change the location
of some of the RAM.


-Chuck Harris

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