DEC peripheral/parts nomenclature
robert.jarratt at ntlworld.com
Wed Apr 22 16:18:02 CDT 2009
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> Ethan Dicks <ethan.dicks at gmail.com> writes:
> > Check the RA81 service manual...
> Not being intimately familiar with all the DEC nomenclature, is there
> any site where this sort of thing is summarized in table form?
> KD11, RA81, RP04, LA36, VT100, etc., they all follow a pattern and it
> seems there is even some consistency "R" for disc drives, "VT" for
> video terminals, etc.
> However, for those of us that don't have this sort of thing memorized,
> it sure would be handy to have an online reference.
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Ooops, replied to the wrong email. I meant to reply to this one:
Far from exhaustive, but I find this page useful:
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