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Re: [Xylo-SDR] Aria Case... DIN41612 Backplane...


Done deal as far as I'm concerned. Just needa board on standard PCI board
spacings, hopefully using the standard drill holes in the bottom of the ATX
standard cases to mount the board (not essential, but quick). Mother board
also needs an ATX 20 pin connector. (I think I found a source of pcb
mount... NOT your common connector)

I just keep thinking about all those standard 4 pin molex thingies floating
around in the enclosure to power Xtal ovens front panels, and other neat
stuff! Also now the board designers can put 'non-real-world' connectors like
SMB on another 2 surfaces of the board.! Good Bye Rose+Bopla!


-----Original Message-----
From: xylo-sdr-bounces@lists.ae5k.us [mailto:xylo-sdr-bounces@lists.ae5k.us]
On Behalf Of Philip Covington
Sent: Sunday, January 22, 2006 3:28 PM
To: Xylo-SDR Discussion
Subject: Re: [Xylo-SDR] Aria Case... DIN41612 Backplane...

On 1/22/06, Eric Ellison <ecellison@comcast.net> wrote:

> I agree, just too many objectors to the PCI stuff and for pretty good
> reasons. Your idea for a backplane we design which nuzzles up to a PC 4+
> slot L-bracket is great! I'm also ready to dump the 96 pins in favor of .1
> in some squat down style and go twisted pair for HS.

I think the DIN41612 96 pin connectors are the best choice for this
project.  There is a reason why they are used in a lot of different
applications out there.
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