that Schmidt-trigger is already there. Nice little SMD bug under the socket
that sits in the ROMOEH line. Apparently, it doesn't help.
I have mixed experiences with GoldCards - One doesn't work at all, the other
one (at least in one specific QL) rather well for days together with a QL-SD.
But not well enough to go through the nuisance of destroyed file system every
other week or so.
> Am 22.01.2018 um 15:07 schrieb Marcel Kilgus via Ql-Users
> pgraf--- via Ql-Users wrote:
>> Remark: This new driver can not be expected to resolve the signal
>> quality issue between (Super)GoldCard and QL-SD. This remains a
>> hardware problem.
> One beta release ALMOST worked with my Gold Card, it could read a
> directory half-way before outputting garbage.
> As I've understood your chip is 3.3V and the lines (or GND) is too
> noisy so that logic level 0 could be interpreted as 1 before the lines
> settle, because the chip samples them faster as older chips would, is
> that about right? Would it help to put a 74-style Schmitt-trigger in
> front of ROMOEH or something like that?
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