PDP-11/20 vd one that just says pdp 11 what are the date differences?? OEM?

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Mon Feb 22 12:48:58 CST 2016

In a message dated 2/22/2016 6:33:13 A.M. US Mountain Standard Time,  
billdegnan at gmail.com writes:

> The PDP-11/10 was the second processor  made in  the _PDP-11_
> (http://gunkies.org/wiki/PDP-11)   series.
> The  PDP-11/05 CPU was identical to the PDP-11/10  (KA11-B). The only
> difference  between the PDP-11/05 and the  PDP-11/10 was that the 
> was
> made for OEM,  while  the PDP-11/10 was for end-users.
> sort of  like    the  8 m and 8  f   were same but one oem one end  user
> Ed# at  _www.smecc.org_  (http://www.smecc.org)
The second 11/10  obviously.  Not the 1st.  The first 11/10 was a KA11

I hope I  am making my point - I am suggesting that everyone stop quoting
and  repeating the DEC wiki's on the web.  They all need to be updated  to
reflect this subtle difference.

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Bill....  read  carefully - -   I  was   talking about the  second  one 
that  paired  with the  11/05
and  using it as a comparison  in   nomenclature like  they  did   with the 
 pdp-8   m  or   f  
to show  you  could have same  things  but   different  name depending if  
for customer or   oem.
or that is  what I was  trying to  do anyway.   ---Ed#   _www.smecc.org_ 

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