Using the TD8-E with the MS8-C memories
Charles H Dickman
chd_1 at nktelco.net
Tue Apr 29 17:32:16 CDT 2008
Bob Armstrong wrote:
> And if I'm still reading right, it seems like the only time the MS8C uses
> NTS STALL is when the processor first starts up (i.e. goes from the HALT
> state to RUN), and that's just to synchronize the transparent refresh cycles
> with the CPU.
What is NTS STALL ? Minicomputer Handbook 1976 says NTS STALL L is
OMNIBUS BR2, but does not describe it. Small Computer Handbook 1973 says
OMNIBUS BR2 is RES 1 H.
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