Russian PDP11 CPU chips on ebay...
nierveze at radio-astronomie.com
Thu Jan 22 02:39:55 CST 2009
hello as I already mentionned ,thanks to the job of
our friends in Russia , lots of information is on the group of google for
including complete schematics of the bk0010 that uses k1801bm1, in djvu
format (use djvu solo
this company make processors
in particular the 1806bm2 that is pdp11/2 compatible and also a pdp11/23
this company makes peripherals
in particular the 1582bj3-123
that is quite close from dlart (dl11 compatible uart+rtc)
datasheets are on their site .also on their site are schematics of
application for complete system .You can use babelfish
to translate,it works well.I do not speak of word of russian
but when there is a will to communicate it becomes easier.
those chips can be bought at:
http://www.rtkt.ru/ that has a page in english
from the price they say new chips (processors and dl11 compatible uart) cost
about 40usd each.
Hope this will help to make things simpler.best regards
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Envoyé : jeudi 22 janvier 2009 08:09
Objet : Re: Russian PDP11 CPU chips on ebay...
> Alexander Voropay wrote:
> > 2009/1/21 Gordon JC Pearce MM3YEQ <gordonjcp at gjcp.net>:
> >>> http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayIAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=12036621970
> > There chips are not rare. In Russia you can buy it for about ~2$.
> > Seems, they are rare on the e-bay only. :)
> > The K1801VM1 was original Soviet design without direct Western analog.
> > The command set was PDP-11 implementing 64 basic commands.
> > The bus was Q-bus -like that simplified system design.
> > If you can read Russian, visit:
> > http://ru.wikipeia.org/wiki/1801BMx
> So what about datasheets for these parts, are there any available in
> electronic form?
> I'm particularly interested in the KR1801VM2 variation.
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