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mantis:ide_simulator:start [2019/04/02 06:56]
colin [Features]
mantis:ide_simulator:start [2019/10/13 00:05]
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 Welcome to the documentation for the IDE simulator! Welcome to the documentation for the IDE simulator!
  
 +The IDE simulator can effectively replace CD and DVD-ROM drives in legacy computer hardware such as PCs and arcade PCBs by allowing you to use an SD card or a USB flash drive containing ISO or BIN/CUE files. With no moving parts, less power consumption than an optical drive and a small profile, it can be installed in place within the device enclosures without any impact to performance.
 ===== Features ===== ===== Features =====
  
 Basic features: Basic features:
 +  * 32-bit Cortex-M3 CPU
 +  * Standard 5V IDE interface, 16-bit parallel with multiword DMA support
 +    * Implements ATAPI specification
 +  * Multiple storage formats
 +    * USB host
 +      * USB0: high speed
 +      * USB1: full speed
 +    * SD card support
 +    * All storage supports >4GB files
 +    * ISO and BIN/CUE formats supported
 +  * ATAPI
 +    * Supports SCSI over ATA to implement standard CD and DVD drives
 +  * Audio output
 +    * Dedicated audio DAC for audio playback, supporting full 16-bit 44kHz stereo output
  
-* Multiple storage formats +===== Supported platforms =====
-  * USB host +
-    * USB0: high speed +
-    * USB1: full speed +
-  * SD card support +
-  * All storage supports ExFAT for >4GB files +
-  * ISO and BIN/CUE formats supported +
-* ATAPI +
-  * Supports SCSI over ATA to implement standard CD and DVD drives +
-* Audio output +
-  * Dedicated audio DAC for audio playback+
  
 +The board has been tested on a number of platforms:
 +
 +  * Konami 573
 +  * Namco 246 & 256
 +  * FreeDOS
 +  * MacOS X, Windows 10 and Linux via USB IDE adapter
 +===== Instructions =====
 +
 +[[startup|Startup behaviour]]\\
 +[[firmware|Firmware upgrades]]\\
 +[[cli|Command line interface]]\\
 +[[known_issues|Known issues]]\\
 +[[legal|Legal info]]\\
 +
 +===== Other info =====
 +
 +[[https://​www.amazon.com/​CableCreation-Braided-Compatible-Function-Aluminum/​dp/​B01M098EAG/​ref=as_li_ss_tl?​_encoding=UTF8&​pd_rd_i=B01M098EAG&​pd_rd_r=134dc8e6-6022-11e9-a944-2f3383ee933a&​pd_rd_w=kXq1d&​pd_rd_wg=IJqma&​pf_rd_p=90485860-83e9-4fd9-b838-b28a9b7fda30&​pf_rd_r=XXEYD9FDZWRZNJRAFW2P&​psc=1&​refRID=XXEYD9FDZWRZNJRAFW2P&​linkCode=ll1&​tag=micesoftware-20&​linkId=678b2788045a0d74ce482c556d2f3282&​language=en_US|Amazon - USB OTG cable]] - for connecting USB flash drives to the USB ports\\
 +[[enclosures|Enclosures]]
mantis/ide_simulator/start.txt · Last modified: 2019/10/13 00:05 by colin