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Clock generation in FPGA with phase accumulator. Calculation and limits.

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Published on: 13/04/2013

In my project of a modern replica of a retro computer “Agat-7” I needed to generate several different clocks. Some of them can be produced by the PLL built in FPGA, others are a simple division of the main clock. But there is another group of clock signals that are not as simple to get.[…]

Apple Bluetooth adapter for Hackintosh

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Published on: 20/06/2012

As I’ve promised in one of my previous posts, I’m going to tell how to connect an original Apple Bluetooth module to a Hackintosh. The Apple Bluetooth module has some advantages compared to a Bluetooth USB dongle, because it is 100% compatible with Mac OS and allows perfect work of a wireless Apple keyboard, mouse[…]

Hackintosh. Part 3. Installation.

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Published on: 05/06/2012

So, all components are bought and it is time to build the computer. The NZXT Hush 2 case that I’ve chosen is quite convenient for building a computer. The cable management space is wide enough, but the rubber garments on the holes to this space fall away easily which is a bit disappointing. The chosen[…]

Hackintosh. Part 2. Hardware.

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Published on: 29/05/2012

Let’s see the components chosen for the Hackintosh from my previous post in details. Motherboard. According to the Internet forums, the Gigabyte GA-Z68X-UD3H-B3 motherboard has the best support for Mac OS. That’s why I decided to build my Hackintosh based on this board. Apart from the standard devicies, the board has USB 3, 1394a and eSATA[…]

Hackintosh. Part 1. Introduction.

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Published on: 16/05/2012

It is time to replace my 2007 iMac. It has been working perfectly for five years and still in a very good condition. But despite of the well optimised Mac OS, 3Gb of RAM, 2.16GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor and 250Gb HDD, it is far behind modern computers. Modern iMacs haven’t impressed me –[…]

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