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OAK Solutions 16 bit Classnet (Development Card)

The 16bit ClassNet cards were designed for the Acorn Archimedes and A5000. The ClassNet card uses a Fujitsu MB6960A LAN controller.

This Oak Solutions ClassNet card originally came from Mike Harrison who designed it. The ClassNet ROM is missing from the socket on the top right. It may have been a development card as the RAM ICs in the top centre differ from the production card and there are 4 wire fixes on the reverse.

Date : 1992

Manufacturer : OAK Solutions

Format : Expansion Board

Physical Description : Expansion board

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH49925. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

Scan of Document: OAK Solutions 16 bit Classnet (Development Card)

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