1. ISO6937/2 software packages.

Within ISO6937/2 project the following software packages are available at: http://panda.bg.univ.gda.pl/~janusz/iso/
ISO6937/2 NCSA based Telnet package
ISO6937/2, ISO8859-8, KOI8-R Telnet package
ISO6937/2 version of Unix talk
PC-DOS based ISO6937/2 print server

2. Other software packages.

The following packages are available at:
http://panda.bg.univ.gda.pl/~janusz/software/

The Logic Analyser project (software and hardware)
Microchip PIC MPASM preprocessor
MediumC PIC-C compiler (source and documentation)
PC LPT port manipulation library (C source)
LCD (HD44780) programming library (C source)
LCD (HD61830) programming library (C source)
TS32. Microtitrator for precision pH/mV measurements (software and hardware)


1.1 ISO6937/2 NCSA based Telnet package.

Unfortunately currently only polish user manual is provided. An English version will be available. Nonetheless Telnet help (Alt-H) screen describes the use of keyboard and screen. For the time being you can use the original NCSA user manual, or refer to "Internet Secrets" IDG Books ISBN 1-56884-452-2.
In CONFIG.TEL file there is a new switch: iso=on|off which controls ISO features. Use UNZIP to unpack files.
view User manual
download telnet.zip (434981 bytes)

1.2 ISO6937/2, ISO8859-8, KOI8-R Telnet package.

This package is still in alpha version. It allows the operator to simultaneously process the information coded using ISO6937/2 (All Europe), ISO8859-8 (Hebrew) and KOI8-R (Cyrillic). All national characters are displayed, in the text mode (DOS), in their national form (Hebrew is still entered from right to left..). The switching between different coding schemes is done either via custom escape sequences embeded in the processed text or by pressing F1 (Cyrillic), F2 (Hebrew) or F3 (Europe) function keys. While using particular coding standard the keyboard is automaticaly reprogrammed. The help (Alt-H) screen describes the use of keyboard and screen. The package is based on ISO6937/2 Telnet developed earlier. The installation procedures are identical. Use UNZIP to unpack files.
download multitel.zip

1.3 ISO6937/2 version of Unix talk.

Use this package with ISO-Telnet or as a stand alone talk. You may need to modify Makefile. You also need talkd (8304 bytes) to compile talk8.
view Manual page
download talk8.tgz (11582 bytes)

1.4 PC-DOS based ISO6937/2 print server.

Currently ISO mode is supported only for HP Laser Jet printers. One font: Courier 10pt is available. Only polish user manual is provided. Read LPD.MAN for the setup procedures. Use UNZIP to unpack files.
view User manual
view Manual page
download lpd.zip (214521 bytes)

2.1 The Logic Analyser Project (schematics and software).

The analyser consists of up to 40 TTL channels, connects to a host PC via parallel printer port and is capable of capturing data at a frequency of up to 50MHz (external, and 16 internal frequencies). The trigger word can be set to any combination of "Low", "High" and "Don't care" states. In addition, a preset number of Triggers and samples after the final Trigger can be specified. The Logic Analyser buffer is 2048 samples wide. The entire project is described in Circuit Cellar Ink #89 December 1997. Use UNZIP to unpack files.
download logicana.zip (106013 bytes)
view hardware specs

2.2 Microchip PIC MPASM preprocessor.

MPP is a simple Microchip PIC MPASM preprocessor. It accepts a source file containing MPP code and converts it to MPASM format. The MPP mnemonics resemble a mixture of Z80, i86 and C language. Features characteristic to MPASM (i.e. macros, direcives, etc) are transparent to the preprocessor. The instruction set is primarily intended to aid programming of PIC16C84 but can be also used with other PIC Members. Use UNZIP to unpack files.
download mpp.zip (24077 bytes)

2.3 MediumC PIC-C compiler.

This package contains the complete C source code for the MediumC PIC-C compiler. The compiler is based on the original source of John Favata's (favata@cs.buffalo.edu) port of SmallC (Ron Cain, Dr. Dobb's Journal of Computer Calisthenics & Orthodontia, #45) compiler. The code however is nearly in 90% rewriten from scratch. New compiler features include support for structs, unions, enums, ANSI function calls and other data types.
As it no more resembles SmallC I would prefer to call it "MediumC". I have included in this package a list of things still needed to be done as well as some technical documentation. Use UNZIP to unpack files.
download mediumc.zip (79357 bytes)

2.4 PC LPT port manipulation library.

This is a simple C source allowing the use of PC parallel printer port as a general purpose input/output port. Use UNZIP to unpack file.
download lpt.zip (621 bytes)

2.5 LCD HD44780 programming library.

This C librarry allows the control of alphanumeric LCD displays (like LM032) which use Hitachi's HD44780 chip as a controller. The display is interfaced to the host PC via printer port. To compile this library one also needs lpt library. The entire LCD project was published in Elektronika Praktyczna (9/99). Use UNZIP to unpack the file.
download hd44780.zip (1573 bytes)

2.6 LCG HD61830 programming library.

This C librarry allows the control of graphic LCG displays (like LMG 640x) which use Hitachi's HD61830 chip as a controller. The display is interfaced to the host PC via Intel I8255 peripherial chip operating in mode 2. The entire LCG project was published in Elektronika Praktyczna (10,11/99). Use UNZIP to unpack the file.
download hd61830.zip (2450 bytes)
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