MIL-MOD8 (8008) simulator and a few other goodies posted
Billy.Pettit at wdc.com
Thu Jan 4 12:00:45 CST 2007
Dave Dunfield wrote:
The MOD8 was also known as the "GNC8" (Great Northern Computers),
and a later version used an 8080 processor (MOD80).
Any other MOD8/GNC8/MOD80 owners or interested parties out there?
I had completely forgotten about the MOD-8. I lived in Mississauga 1972-76
working at Control Data. We had an after hours club and the MOD-8 was just
coming out. So I know I have some of the documentation. The boards are
another matter. One member bought the complete unit and we reverse
engineered and made sets for our selves. So if I have anything left, it
would be knock offs. And I think I traded them before I left Canada.
Anyway, when I come across the documentation, I'll send it to Al and make it
available to the list.
I've got some 1702's around the house. How many do you need? Any
preference on colour? White ceramic or the later black with the foggy
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