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Author Topic: commadore 64 multicomm 64 software  (Read 40406 times)
W5TAH
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« on: September 10, 2013, 07:12:06 PM »

anyone know where to get multicomm 64 softwware, also known as MFJ 1282 b. Thanks, Tim W5TAH w5tah74ci@gmail.com
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« Reply #1 on: September 11, 2013, 06:36:53 AM »

http://www.rossdist.com/shopping/pricelist.asp?prid=3891

Try Ross.

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« Reply #2 on: September 12, 2013, 03:56:33 AM »

Somewhere in my garage I might still have the AEA board that plugs into the game port. I used this with a VIC20, but it should probably work with the 64. I also have an AEA CP-1 unit to go along with the board. Documentation? Good luck with that!
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« Reply #3 on: September 12, 2013, 05:47:30 AM »

Somewhere in my garage I might still have the AEA board that plugs into the game port. I used this with a VIC20, but it should probably work with the 64. I also have an AEA CP-1 unit to go along with the board. Documentation? Good luck with that!

That's AWESOME!  I would be willing to bet that MANY hams have fully capable "computers" (a.k.a. C64/VIC20) in their possession...complete with the "software and hardware" for them!

In the late 1980's as a new Novice, the COOLEST program cartridge I ever saw for Commodore was the Dr.  QSO  (I think that was the name).  I seem to remember that it had a "virtual QSO" mode.  I remember having a CW "QSO" with the robot.  Very cool.  Wish I had THAT today!
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WH7DX
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« Reply #4 on: September 12, 2013, 04:39:00 PM »

Somewhere in my garage I might still have the AEA board that plugs into the game port. I used this with a VIC20, but it should probably work with the 64. I also have an AEA CP-1 unit to go along with the board. Documentation? Good luck with that!

That's AWESOME!  I would be willing to bet that MANY hams have fully capable "computers" (a.k.a. C64/VIC20) in their possession...complete with the "software and hardware" for them!

In the late 1980's as a new Novice, the COOLEST program cartridge I ever saw for Commodore was the Dr.  QSO  (I think that was the name).  I seem to remember that it had a "virtual QSO" mode.  I remember having a CW "QSO" with the robot.  Very cool.  Wish I had THAT today!

I didn't know they even had that stuff back then.   I was using and writing software for games on the TI-99/4A.   I bought a few a couple years back on Ebay just to show my kids.   They thought it sucked..  should have known!   Grin

Here's a picture of Dr. QSO..   near the bottom

http://www.pdxcug.org/meetings/03-02/
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KE4DRN
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« Reply #5 on: September 12, 2013, 06:12:00 PM »

hi,

http://www.commodorecomputerclub.com/

perhaps a member of the club will have the software.

73 james
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KB2HSH
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« Reply #6 on: September 13, 2013, 10:23:24 AM »

Somewhere in my garage I might still have the AEA board that plugs into the game port. I used this with a VIC20, but it should probably work with the 64. I also have an AEA CP-1 unit to go along with the board. Documentation? Good luck with that!

That's AWESOME!  I would be willing to bet that MANY hams have fully capable "computers" (a.k.a. C64/VIC20) in their possession...complete with the "software and hardware" for them!

In the late 1980's as a new Novice, the COOLEST program cartridge I ever saw for Commodore was the Dr.  QSO  (I think that was the name).  I seem to remember that it had a "virtual QSO" mode.  I remember having a CW "QSO" with the robot.  Very cool.  Wish I had THAT today!

I didn't know they even had that stuff back then.   I was using and writing software for games on the TI-99/4A.   I bought a few a couple years back on Ebay just to show my kids.   They thought it sucked..  should have known!   Grin

Here's a picture of Dr. QSO..   near the bottom

http://www.pdxcug.org/meetings/03-02/

YES!!!  That's the one! 

The QSO simulator was by far the coolest thing about it.  I have to find a Commodore now!  There are ALWAYS units for sale at hamfests.  Then...have to find the Microlog "AIR-1" RTTY cartridge.

And old school mode done with an old school computer!
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