There are several experimenters board for pci try to search for that pra nman di na kyo mahirapan sa board. Kung talaga nman cut an old pci card and solder the wire thru it.
wala yata available dito locally
sayang naman po... kng wlang available locally. mganda pa naman ung pci prototyping board. ung gagamitin ko kcng pci card is ung pci card na gamit na isosoldered ko nlng ng wires pra mka interface. hehehe
pwede ka namang gumawa siguro ng board. Orcad layout meron footprint for PCI and ISA slots
kung di ako nagkakamali tin coated yta yun? not so sure.
kc po kelangan ko tanggalin ung metal o ung bronze na nka conek sa mga pins ng card. ang planu ko po takpan nlng ng masking tape ung pins at tatanggalin ko ung metal using feric chloride ang tanung ko po kng matatanggal ung bronze hehehe
trial and error ka nalang hehe
Connecting to the PCI bus isn't easy. It isn't TTL signaling. It uses "reflected wave" signaling. It also uses special handshaking protocols. If you want to build your own, the normal route is to use an FPGA chip and use the readily available PCI design IPs.Having said all the discouraging things, here is a tip. Apparently you can implement a simple PCI interface using just three GAL chips. Here is a link to a PCI diagnostic card using such method.http://www.pctechbytes.com/DIY/pcidiagnostic.htmTry to get a hold of this or similar card and reverse engineer the schematic. I think it is available at one of Gilmore PC stores.