K-series flip-chips / was Re: Supply voltage for 2N2/256-BSCP

Brent Hilpert hilpert at cs.ubc.ca
Thu Jan 17 21:45:00 CST 2008

Ethan Dicks wrote:
> The "bit-serial" version you are thinking of is probably the PDP-8/S.  It
> does have a 1-bit serialized ALU.  It was made with the same technology as
> the original "Straight" 8 - R-series, S-series, and W-series FLIP-CHIPs
> (transistors, not TTL ICs like the later M-series).

Side-tracking here, but I have a few K-series modules and I see at
they are described as having high noise immunity for use in industrial control
systems. Are these something like the discrete equivalent of HTL ICs? Anyone
know if there was a standard/common DEC processor built from them, or perhaps
an industrial version of such a processor?

DEC-heads might like these:
(I hadn't come across them before)

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