FPUs for small computers (Was: What to download for a PDP-8)

dwight elvey dkelvey at hotmail.com
Wed Oct 17 16:45:16 CDT 2007

> From: bfranchuk at jetnet.ab.ca
> Chuck Guzis wrote:
>> I also recall seeing an S100 card using a bipolar 8x8 multiplier some
>> time back in the 70's. I don't recall the brand of the multiplier
>> chip (Rockwell, TI?).
> Was also a pascal chip set, demoed for the S-100 bus.
> I am guessing AMD might be the multiplier chip.I think BYTE
> had a blurb on signed 8x8 multiplier for the 6800.
>> Cheers,
>> Chuck
> Ben.

 I have a S100 board made by N* that is a math board but it
doesn't have a FPU. It has a 2901 and some ROM chips.
 It only has the one 2901.

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