[sebhc] PAM8AT historical info

Steven Parker sp11 at hotmail.com
Fri Jan 28 00:11:44 CST 2005

>From: Jim Tittsler
>I thought HUG offered it.

Maybe.  I just haven't identified a part number yet.  But I think I got this 
listing from Jim Blake (for non-ex-Heathies, he was the original manager of 

>Part of the drive behind PAM8AT was
>to run in the Heath Employees Amateur (radio) Repeater,

I did take over the repeater development at some point, but I'm pretty sure 
I had encountered the autoboot monitor before that.

>My first hack was PAM8GO which simply loaded the
>correct start address so it only took one button press to boot.
>I didn't realize it was ever made public.

That one we have more info on, and it's been in the archives for a while 
already.  It was available from HUG as part number 444-60.  I think it was 
pretty popular with H-17 owners.  I put one in my first H-8 (and still have 

Now, does anyone know what a 444-124 ROM is?


- Steven

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