Re: 11801 NVRAM
As a former 80X86 developer, I can say that actually ittoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
is quite common for every subroutine to have its own segment.
It is called the large model. It makes code easy to locate
anywhere in the memory map.
PC's often used the small or medium models, which would require
the data and code, to be in the same segment (small), or the
data and code to be in two segments (medium).
Back in the day, I wrote a program called EXEHEX.EXE, which
allowed you to take PCDOS code tools and put the result in EPROMS.
It is still out there somewhere in the ether... Simtel20 had it.
Leo Bodnar wrote:
CSA803A has tonnes of inbuilt telecom eye-diagram masks, this was its USP for telecom industry (who always had money.)