Hi there, all,
I wrote 'all' but I guess this question is directed at UK Modders.
Back in August, 1980, I bought some printed circuit boards from the New Bear Computing Store in Newbury, Berkshire. These boards, when populated, each supported 4 kB of static RAM, using 2102 or 21L02 chips plus some 'glue logic'. The boards are physically similar in outline to those of the Motorola 'Exorciser' development system for the 6800 8-bit microprocessor.
Because of difficulties getting hold of other components for my project (e.g. a teleprinter as VDUs weren't available) I never assembled these RAM boards. Amateur computer enthusiasts in those days didn't have access to stuff like keyboards, monitors and PSUs that have since become more easily available!
I still have both the boards and the 21L02 chips but I can't find any of the original New Bear circuit or assembly instructions.
So I'm posting this enquiry in case any other (UK) Modder still has any relevant New Bear documentation on file and would be prepared to copy or scan for me.