HP Series 9800 Emulator is a collection of emulators for the series 9800 desktop calculators created by Hewlett-Packard
The emulator is able to run the complete ROM-based firmware of the models and the application programs written in the model specific programming language.
Moreover the user interfaces (display, keyboard, printer), mass memory devices (magnetic card reader, tape drive, disc drive), and other external devices can be emulated to resemble the complete functionality of the original machine.
To enhance the realism of the emulation part of the outside appearance is graphically displayed and some of the mechanical sounds (beeper, cooling fan, drive motors, etc.) can be output via a sound card.
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The emulator is divided into several modules:
The emulation module is the core of the emulator. It uses a slightly modified IBM PC BIOS ROM to emulate the PC architecture. It has its own built-in emulated PC for all major functions including the built-in hard disk.
The emulation of the special cards is accomplished with an external card BIOS and an additional ROM-BIOS from the emulation module.
The emulated keyboard and mouse are implemented with a built-in support of Z-Modem emulation, IPX Networking and TCP/IP Stack.
The built-in FDD (Floppy Disk Drive) uses the built-in emulated PC (and a true FDD) as read/write access layer.
In a menu editor module there is an emulated low level memory manager. It can be used to create memory maps and save/load configuration files.
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Introduction to the HP Series 9800 Emulator (in German)
The HP series 9800 emulator documentation
Category:HP internal calculators
Category:Emulators1. Field of the Invention
The present invention relates to a wheel mounted module, and more particularly, to a wheel mounted module which is formed such that the entire body of the module is assembled in the wheel hub.
2. Background of the Related Art
Referring to FIG. 1, there is shown a related wheel mounted module according to the related art.
As shown in FIG. 1, the wheel mounted module according to the related art includes a bracket 2 formed with a receiving hole 1 through which a wheel 10 is mounted, a nut 4 engaged at an inner circumferential surface of the receiving hole 1, a rivet 5 formed at a portion of the bracket 2 along an outer circumferential surface of the wheel 10, a nut 6 engaged at the rivet 5, a first welded section 7 formed at the rivet 5 for coupling the wheel 10 and the bracket 2 to each other, and a second welded section 8 formed at a portion of the bracket 2 along an outer circumferential surface of the wheel 10 for coupling the wheel 10 and the bracket 2 to each other.
A first washer 11 and a second washer 12 are respectively coupled to the wheel 10 and the bracket 2. The first washer 11 is formed with a receiving hole 11a through which the rivet 5 is inserted, and the second washer 12 is formed with
HP Series 9800 Emulator (formerly HP9800 Emulator) Serial Key
This is the key macro program for the HP series 9800-B and 9800-C desktop calculators.
The program allows you to enter the keystroke macros in a special calculator version of the Notepad+ text editor.
The program supports multiple emulation of the keyboards, memory devices, and printers.
The program also supports the communication with additional terminals and programs (drivers) through RS232C and Paralel port, as well as serial port emulation using the Modem emulation.
Terms used in the program:
ABCLOCK The keyboard function used to lock the emulated calculator, usually the password.
ALTSTOP The numeric keypad function used to stop the program (usually the number 1).
CAC The calculator accumulator (usually the sum of all entered numbers).
CC Used to toggle the change of the calculator page (usually the function of the number keys).
COM0 The serial port, usually the emulated RS232C port.
CSTOP Used to enter the space function (usually the number 4).
PRINTER Used to print the entered data.
QUIT Used to exit the program.
SECSE The stop function used to stop the emulated calculator and turn on the calculator.
SETACT Used to change the program and the data being displayed.
SETACC Used to set the accumulator value.
SETCOM Used to set the serial communication (usually the modem).
SETCSTOP Used to set the functions used to control the change of the calculator page.
SETEQ Used to set the functions used to enter text data.
SETMAC Used to set the functions used to enter Mac OS text data.
SETFON Used to set the function used to change the current display to be displayed.
SETFRA Used to set the function used to change the display orientation.
SETPAG Used to set the function used to change the calculator page.
SETPRN Used to set the function used to print the entered data.
SETPOKE Used to set the function used to enter text data.
SETPP Used to set the function used to enter the data to be displayed.
SETSTAT Used to set the function used to select the state of the emulated calculator.
SETQ Used to set the function used to enter the key to change the calculator page.
SETR Used to set the function used to display the result.
SETS Used to set the function used to change the state of the emulator.
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This application can be used to emulate both “real” (original) and model-specific “synthetic” (user program) hardware and software (ROM-based firmware) of all models of the HP-9800 series of desktop calculators.
The firmware and programs are stored on the internal memory of the emulator and can be loaded via floppy or optical disk drives.
The emulator has a build in virtual serial, parallel and floppy port and therefore the original peripherals like printer, magnetic card reader, etc. can be emulated.
Emulation can be managed by the emulator “sidekick” application (see link at the end of this page).
Emulation of the entire model series is supported. So every HP-9000 series is emulated from the 9800 to the 9010 (!)
Emulation of the model specific language is supported. The result is an emulated machine that can execute the user programs as they were written on the original machine.
All the programs and firmware of the original machine are emulated and can be loaded to the emulated machine (except ROMs that contain viruses).
Emulation of the model specific user interfaces is supported (the HP-9000 series has a special type of keyboard).
Most of the models (except for a few, see below) have a built-in acoustic beeper. So beepers can be emulated for all models.
Emulation of the printer is supported (the HP-9000 series has a special type of printer with an acoustic and a manual printing mechanism).
Emulation of the tape drive is supported. The emulated tape drive can be synchronized with the original tape drive (by the option “synchronize” the emulation)
Emulation of the magnetic card reader is supported.
Emulation of the disc drive is supported.
Emulation of the disc changer is supported.
Emulation of the printer is supported.
Emulation of the thermal printer is supported.
Emulation of the floppy disk drive is supported.
Emulation of the monitor is supported (for the HP-9000 series monitors with the CRT screen).
Emulation of the monitor with the flat screen (the HP-9000 series monitors with the flat screen) is supported (for the HP-9000 series flat screen monitors).
The emulator is able to run the complete ROM-based firmware of the original machine. The ROMs can be loaded via floppy or optical disk drives.
Emulation of the software (ROM-based firmware) of the original machine is supported. The emulated machine can be booted via optical disc or floppy disk drive.
Emulation of the virtual serial port is supported. The program menu and the device manager are accessible through this serial port (for the HP-9000 series see the link below).
OS: Windows Vista/7/8/10
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo, AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core, Core 2 Extreme or similar
Memory: 2 GB
Hard Disk: 300 GB
Graphics: DirectX 9.0 compliant with hardware acceleration
DirectX: Version 9.0c, OpenGL 3.0
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Multimedia: Sound Card, DVD-ROM Drive
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