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Sun Sep 6 13:51:29 CDT 2015
I have uploaded more photos of my TU10M (it's a master with the TM
backplane installed). I also updated the design of the file listing pages
on my site to make it easier for people to find things. One of the images
shows it has the RSX-11M tape loaded.
I have been cleaning the cables, having fun on a sunny afternoon.
On Sun, Sep 6, 2015 at 11:02 AM, Johnny Billquist <bqt at update.uu.se> wrote:
> On 2015-09-06 16:55, Al Kossow wrote:
>> On 9/6/15 6:12 AM, Johnny Billquist wrote:
>> I have played a little with KA-10 and KI-10. And yes, there are
>> KA is built out of R/S/B series negative logic modules, which have
>> single-sided edge connectors.
>> KI was built with TTL (M series postive logic) as was the PDP-8I/L/E,
>> PDP-12, PDP-15, and PDP-11 and
>> have double-sided edge connectors with backplaces that have .025
>> wire-wrap posts.
> There are so many aspects one can bring up. Some will show strong
> similarities, and others that make them look totally different.
> My point here was simply that controllers sitting in their own cabinets,
> made out of lots of small flip chips can be seen both on KA-10, KI-10,
> PDP-8 and PDP-11 systems from the late 60s, early 70s. Rather similar in
> concept. Usually also with lots of blinkenlights to show various
> information about the controller. (You just gotta love the "MAGIC" lamp of
> the KI-10.)
> (And I wouldn't be surprised to hear that the PDP-15 were similar, but
> since I have never seen one of those myself, I can't comment on them.)
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