Difference between revisions of "AppleWin Serial to USB Communication port"

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To build it i have used the program in the file i have attached here:
 
To build it i have used the program in the file i have attached here:
 
<div style="font-size:150%; text-align: center;">[[https://drive.google.com/file/d/1jl7DvtRdzW5-8C5Hgb0GnChKGwnPWpEz/view?usp=sharing|  Click Here to Download Arduino serial program ]]</div>                                       
 
<div style="font-size:150%; text-align: center;">[[https://drive.google.com/file/d/1jl7DvtRdzW5-8C5Hgb0GnChKGwnPWpEz/view?usp=sharing|  Click Here to Download Arduino serial program ]]</div>                                       
                                                                      and upload it to arduino rom via Arduino ide.
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                                                                            and upload it to arduino rom via Arduino ide.
 
Then i have connected the Arduino's usb ports to computer and Arduino and started AppleWin emulator After selecting Apple //e config and COM6 in my case,
 
Then i have connected the Arduino's usb ports to computer and Arduino and started AppleWin emulator After selecting Apple //e config and COM6 in my case,
 
you can check your Arduino COM port under the Arduino ide menu. After this i have loaded this PROTERM .dsk  
 
you can check your Arduino COM port under the Arduino ide menu. After this i have loaded this PROTERM .dsk  

Revision as of 03:54, 12 July 2020

This is a small entry just to show you i have found a method to make communicate Applewin Via USB to a serial Arduino Uno Genuino Serial port. To build it i have used the program in the file i have attached here:

                                                                           and upload it to arduino rom via Arduino ide.

Then i have connected the Arduino's usb ports to computer and Arduino and started AppleWin emulator After selecting Apple //e config and COM6 in my case, you can check your Arduino COM port under the Arduino ide menu. After this i have loaded this PROTERM .dsk

disk on AppleWin and made it start. How you can see from this video:

the leds on Arduino blinks in yellow for receive and transfer date. I hope this little experiment can be useful in future for other products like, who knows make communicate directly the emulator with a Floppy disk drive for the Apple ii, a modem etc.




By Toolkitman