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A > AVT ELECTRONICS > Comp 2


 

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Sunday 9th September 2012
Byte Buster

This was also produced by Tano in New Orleans, LA in the early 80''s.


Monday 29th November 2004
Hendrik Moors (Belgium)

I have one or two AVT's in my attic. I used it to build a system named "MicroCompo" in the eartly 80ties. It was intended to be used as complementary keyboard for Photosetting systems. For this I modified the hardware and the character generator for displaying 128 charactrs. I replaced the original keyboard by a Cherry-keyboard and wrote an editor program.
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