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Stuart Tyrrell Developments Net100

The Stuart Tyrrell Developments Net100 card is made by Simtec and also sold be R-Comp and CTA Direct.

The Net100 card is design to fit in the network slot in a Risc PC or A7000 and supports 10/100baseT Ethernet in full or half duplex mode. It supports up to 3 megabytes per secod throughput. It uses the ASIC AS88796 Fast Ethernet controller.

Support details are still available on the Simtec website.

Date : Unknown

Manufacturer : Stuart Tyrrell Developments

Physical Description : Expansion board.

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH52793. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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