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Forum: PCMCIA driver development
Re: Question Direct (no chipset) PCMCIA support (Richard Smith)
Re: None Not an unreasonable thing to try (David Hinds)
Date: 2000, Apr 28
From: Richard Smith smithbone

Good to know you think its reasonable. I was afraid that you were going to say.. What? No way dude thats why they make chipsets for it.

I was hopeing not to have to purchase the PCMCIA spec.. It's expensive ($300) and usually you still have to end up getting additional explanation of those things from other sources. Why do they make the specs so expensive? Sigh.

Perhaps I can get the info I need from the bridge chips datasheets. All I really need is a description of what signals go where and a basic timing diagram.

Any particular bridge chips that stand out in your memory that I should look at first?

Anyone have any books to recommend? Amazon & BN have a couple that look ok but I was hoping to get a recommendation.

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