A few years back, someone set up a custom server to be used with the Sega Channel bios; if you connect a Mega Everdrive to a Raspberry Pi through usb and load up the bios, you can use the service on real hardware just like the 90s! That's already pretty neat (and more practical than buying a separate adapter) but it's got me thinking, could we do the same with a genuine Sega Channel adapter? If we could find a way to connect a coaxial cable to a computer and write software for handling it, then it should be hypothetically possible. I'm not sure what what kind of coaxial the adapter needs though....the information the adapter downloaded was binary, but that doesn't necessarily mean the cable signal itself was digital. Does anyone have any info on the kind of cable typically used for the service? Because if it's designed for analog, that's going to complicate things.