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Old 05-16-2008, 06:49 AM
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Exclamation EEPROM on ISA

if somebody know some electronic things please help me!!!
I have an AT28C17 16K EEPROM(I have the datasheet but I don`t manage to use it...) and I want to read, write, erase, this EEPROM, which is connected to the ISA bus. For address decoding I want to use 74LS138 and I don't know how to connect the signals.....could you offer some help??
I need the schematic of my circuit....because I don't know how to choose the rest things....pleeease....
please send email to : a_foxer@yahoo.com
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