Kearney & Trecker Core memory, may be PDP8
useddec at gmail.com
Tue Nov 11 22:01:55 CST 2014
The first board is definitely a DEC core board. If it will help anyone I
can pull a MM8-A and MM11-D and compare them to the pic to see which.
I have hundreds of DEC compatible boards here including Warner Swaysea,
White/ Sunstrand, K/T, G/L, etc. if anyone of someone interested in them.
BTW, I have a few people sorting for me and they are making progress.
On Tue, Nov 11, 2014 at 9:18 PM, Johnny Billquist <bqt at update.uu.se> wrote:
> On 2014-11-12 04:00, Jon Elson wrote:
>> On 11/11/2014 07:33 PM, jwsmobile wrote:
>>> I can't tell for sure, but this auction may be for PDP8 core board.
>>> Boy, that SURE looks like PDP-11 memory, not PDP-8.
>> The cast metal stiffener I think came in at least very late in the game
>> for the PDP-8. PDP-8s usually had the colored plastic pull handles.
> The fact that the board have four edge connectors and not six totally
> excludes PDP-11. As for hex size with metal handles, that was used on the
> 8/A. (Which indeed is late in the PDP-8 game, but then again, it wasn't
> until the 8/A that you saw hex boards either, so if this would be for a
> PDP-8, it would have to be an 8/A, since no other model fits the hex
> But this is not 8/A core memory either, since those actually have all six
> connectors on the board, even if only a few signals were used on connector
> 5, and no signals were used on 6.
> But since this isn't even DEC stuff, it could still possibly have been
> something for a PDP-8. PDP-11 is still out of the question because of the
> four connectors.
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