Still Looking For AT&T 3B2 Internals Docs

Bill Gunshannon bill.gunshannon at
Sun Mar 5 14:23:14 CST 2017

Somewhere, probably in a box in the attic, I have a xerox of a preliminary 
document on the WE32000.  I really liked that processor.


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One i've had luck with is posting on Craigslist and putting ads in local
newspapers to where the manufacturing was done. Use to work better when
people read newspapers, but even last year I got an e-mail back from an
advertisement in a paper with an offer of just pay the media mail rate for
a full bankers box of docs.


On Mon, Feb 27, 2017 at 7:33 PM, Seth Morabito <lists at> wrote:

> Hello everyone,
> It's been about a year since I last asked around, so I figure it's
> time for me to put out another call for help.
> My AT&T 3B2 emulator sits unfinished due to lack of internals
> documentation. If you or anyone you know might have access to
> internals documents -- schematics, timing diagrams, etc. -- please let
> me know.
> These docs are very hard to find, and may never have been released by
> AT&T. Maybe you know a former AT&T engineer who managed to squirrel
> some away?
> I have many resources already, so I'm NOT looking for user manuals,
> SVR3 source code, or the IO Bus specification.  These are pretty
> easily available online, and they've given me their all.
> Many thanks in advance,
> -Seth
> --
> Seth Morabito
> web at

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