How to use both a VT-52 and an ASR-33 on a PDP-8A
billdegnan at gmail.com
Tue Feb 23 06:17:51 CST 2016
> From: cctech <cctech-bounces at classiccmp.org> on behalf of Marc Howard <
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> Subject: How to use both a VT-52 and an ASR-33 on a PDP-8A
> Just looking for suggestions on how best to setup my PDP-8A so that it can
> use either a VT-52 (current loop version) or an ASR-33.
> One idea I have is a multi-pole switch to change the baud rate from 110 to
> 9600 and to also switch the xmit and rcv current loops.
> Does anyone out there have any other suggestions?
I don't have one, but can't you attach two devices to the M8316 and just
assign program IO to the teletype and typewriter/printout to the vt52? If
the m8316 does not have multiple ports a second serial card would be used,
right? They must have this documented in the peripheral handbook that
corresponds with the 8a.
The comms characteristics are set on the
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