[time-nuts] Difference between HP 5370A and 5370B

Poul-Henning Kamp phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Wed Apr 27 14:13:43 EDT 2005

In message <65213341217E8D458E7C78E6640C74950405CBDE at waglmb01.labs.agilent.com>
, jim_johnson at agilent.com writes:
>Hi Daun,
>   Not sure if you could do that or not.  The
>EPROMS are old technology compared to what we
>have today so I'm not sure just how you'd "read
>'em and clone 'em".  I'll try to see if there's
>a way ...

Depending on the size, you can read them on most old PC's by plugging
them into the net-boot socket on a network card.

Programming them is slightly more involved.

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