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TRS-80 Model 100, Tandy Model 102, KC-85, NEC 8201A, NEC 8300, Olivetti M10, Tandy Model 200, and the WP-2
 
TRS-80 Model 100, Tandy Model 102, KC-85, NEC 8201A, NEC 8300, Olivetti M10, Tandy Model 200, and the WP-2
  
== Tandy Disk Drive and Emulators ==
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<p><strong>IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT</strong></p>
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<p>Due to failure of the old list and inability to contact Merch, The Official Club100 Mailing List is now being hosted here!</p>
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<p>Go to the [http://lists.bitchin100.com/listinfo.cgi/m100-bitchin100.com User Page] and subscribe to the list.</p>
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<p>To send email to the list, just send it to m100@lists.bitchin100.com</p>
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TPDD emulators, in concert with a compatible disk clients like
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== Community ==
TS-DOS, TEENY, POWR-DOS, FLOPPY.CO, the Booster Pak, or the
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WP-2 built-in Diskette client are the most "advanced" way to
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accurately and quickly transfer all file types including binary
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files to and from your Model T laptop. There are different
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options for the server side on modern operating systems and
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devices:
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=== Servers ===
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The community gathers at [[Club 100|Club100.org]]
  
[[LaddieCon]] is a TPDD emulator for Windows written in C#.Net.
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== Classic Article Repubs ==
  
[[DLPilot]] is a TPDD emulator for PalmOS devices.
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We hope to republish one or more articles from the Golden Era of the Model T every month:
  
[[DLPlus]] is a TPDD emulator for Linux, BSD, and MacOSX.
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<DPL>
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category=Model 100 Classics
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</DPL>
  
[[NADSBox]] is an advanced stand-alone TPDD emulation device that uses SD cards.
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== One-Liners ==
  
=== Clients ===
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This is a collection of Microsoft BASIC programs that
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* Do something interesting or useful
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* With only a single line of code
  
[[TEENY]] is a very small RAM-based TPDD client
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One-liners are bite-sized computer programs on a human scale. You are encouraged to type them in manually (by hand) and study their operation.
  
=== Real TPDD and TPDD-2 ===
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[[Model 100/102 Compatible One-Liners]]
  
[[Differences]] between TPDD-1 and TPDD-2
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== File-Transfer and Storage ==
  
== Simple Text File Transfer (No Client) ==
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We still use Model Ts today, so file transfer to/from desktop and modern laptops is an important issue. There are multiple alternatives, from simple text file transfers using TEXT, TELCOM, or BASIC, up to dedicated file transfer protocol client and servers.
  
You can use any "terminal program" to transfer text files to
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[[Model T File Transfer]]
and from your Model T laptop. Here are some tutorials:
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[[Text File Transfer using Hyperterminal]]
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== Model T Developer Reference ==
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Articles on Model T programming topics
  
[http://web.mac.com/lorddoomicus/Doomd/Blog/Entries/2006/9/10_Connecting_a_Tandy_102_Computer_to_a_Mac.html Text File Transfer to Mac using Z-Term]
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</DPL>
  
 
== Model T Software ==
 
== Model T Software ==
  
[[VirtualT]] Model 100/102, T200, NEC 8201A, M10 emulator
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[[mtcpm]] CP/M for the Tandy 100/102/200
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</DPL>
 
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[[RAM4TH]]
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== Model T Hardware Hacks and Troubleshooting ==
 
== Model T Hardware Hacks and Troubleshooting ==
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category=Model T Hardware Hacking
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</DPL>
  
[[Splitting the Model 100/102/200 case]]
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== Model T Hardware Projects ==
  
[[Recovering an Unresponsive Laptop]]
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<DPL>
 
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category=Model T Hardware
[[International Keyboard Support]]
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</DPL>
[[Repairing Problem Keys]]
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== Model T Hardware Projects ==
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[[Remem]] is the ultimate Model T memory upgrade
 
[[Remem]] is the ultimate Model T memory upgrade
 
:[http://lists.bitchin100.com/listinfo.cgi/remem-users-bitchin100.com remem-users mailing list] This is a support list for remem users.
 
:[[Remem Software HOWTO's]]
 
  
 
[[REX]] is a flash OptROM emulator/switcher
 
[[REX]] is a flash OptROM emulator/switcher
  
[[REX2]] is a upcoming flash OptROM emulator/switcher with support for a 64K all-RAM mode. This permits running with a patched main ROM, or the upcoming [[mtcpm]] (Model T CP/M)
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[[NADSBox]] is a stand-alone TPDD emulation device that uses SD cards
  
[http://www.kenpettit.com/nadsbox.html NADSBox] is a stand-alone TPDD emulation device that uses SD cards
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[[Mikrokolor]] Is a Color Graphics interface for the Model 100. Allows for 40x80 character graphics/text
  
== Model T Developer Reference ==
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[[MTHD]] Is a how to add a Harddrive to your Model T
  
[[ROM Hooks]]
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[[Joystick adapter]] is a simple Atari/Commodore joystick interface for Model T
  
[[RAM Variables]]
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[[BlueM]] is a custom bluetooth adapter for the Model T family - '''look here for Wifi adaptation tips!'''
  
[[Option ROM Programming]]
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[[QUAD]] is a 4x32KB RAM expansion for the M100 - works stand alone or with REX!
  
[[8085 Reference]]
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[[M100ROM]], by Mike Stein, is an adapter board for Model 100 that can be used to upgrade the Main ROM, and add an internal Option ROM
  
[[Low Level Filesystem Access]]
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== Other Topics ==
  
[[Low Level LCD Access]]
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[[OPTROM Switching]] discussion on code used to bank switch main ROM and option ROM
 
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[[Direct Keyboard Access]]
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[[Serial Port Access]]
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[[CO File Format]]
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[[BCR Port Access]]
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[[TPDD Protocol]]
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== Other Topics ==
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== Model T Links ==
 
== Model T Links ==
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[http://club100.org Rick Hanson's Club 100]
 
[http://club100.org Rick Hanson's Club 100]
  
[http://www.istop.com/%7Esadolph/remem_home.html Steve Adolph's Remem Site]
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[http://www.web8201.com Gary Weber's NEC PC-8201 Site]
  
 
[http://sliderule.mraiow.com/wiki/Portable_Computer_Index#T Chris Osburn's Calculating Instruments]
 
[http://sliderule.mraiow.com/wiki/Portable_Computer_Index#T Chris Osburn's Calculating Instruments]
  
 
[http://kenpettit.com/projects.html Ken Pettit's Model T Projects]
 
[http://kenpettit.com/projects.html Ken Pettit's Model T Projects]

Latest revision as of 09:54, 28 March 2015

These pages are devoted to the Model T:

TRS-80 Model 100, Tandy Model 102, KC-85, NEC 8201A, NEC 8300, Olivetti M10, Tandy Model 200, and the WP-2

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

Due to failure of the old list and inability to contact Merch, The Official Club100 Mailing List is now being hosted here!

Go to the User Page and subscribe to the list.

To send email to the list, just send it to m100@lists.bitchin100.com

Community

The community gathers at Club100.org

Classic Article Repubs

We hope to republish one or more articles from the Golden Era of the Model T every month:

One-Liners

This is a collection of Microsoft BASIC programs that

  • Do something interesting or useful
  • With only a single line of code

One-liners are bite-sized computer programs on a human scale. You are encouraged to type them in manually (by hand) and study their operation.

Model 100/102 Compatible One-Liners

File-Transfer and Storage

We still use Model Ts today, so file transfer to/from desktop and modern laptops is an important issue. There are multiple alternatives, from simple text file transfers using TEXT, TELCOM, or BASIC, up to dedicated file transfer protocol client and servers.

Model T File Transfer

Model T Developer Reference

Articles on Model T programming topics


Model T Software

Model T Hardware Hacks and Troubleshooting

Model T Hardware Projects


Remem is the ultimate Model T memory upgrade

REX is a flash OptROM emulator/switcher

NADSBox is a stand-alone TPDD emulation device that uses SD cards

Mikrokolor Is a Color Graphics interface for the Model 100. Allows for 40x80 character graphics/text

MTHD Is a how to add a Harddrive to your Model T

Joystick adapter is a simple Atari/Commodore joystick interface for Model T

BlueM is a custom bluetooth adapter for the Model T family - look here for Wifi adaptation tips!

QUAD is a 4x32KB RAM expansion for the M100 - works stand alone or with REX!

M100ROM, by Mike Stein, is an adapter board for Model 100 that can be used to upgrade the Main ROM, and add an internal Option ROM

Other Topics

OPTROM Switching discussion on code used to bank switch main ROM and option ROM

Model T Links

Rick Hanson's Club 100

Gary Weber's NEC PC-8201 Site

Chris Osburn's Calculating Instruments

Ken Pettit's Model T Projects