Rayethon Computer AN/FYK9 CMI Store 33

Jon Elson elson at pico-systems.com
Mon Sep 24 21:06:28 CDT 2018

On 09/24/2018 01:17 PM, Justin Keogh via cctalk wrote:
> Anyone know more about this? So far I have only found references to Rayethon Computers in old trade mags.
> http://v6y.net/IMG_20180912_170812.jpg
> The rack is as stout as it gets.
AN/FYK means fixed installation, data processing, computing, 
which doesn't tell a whole lot.
I couldn't get any hits on the FYK-9.
In the contract number, it indicates the contract was let in 
1967. I see IC's on the boards and what looks like a core 
plane in the middle.  In fact, from the card type 
designators, I'm guessing that module at the top is JUST a 
core memory system.  It is also possible the core memory has 
nothing at all to do with the label on the rack, and was 
just swapped into the rack for storage.

The core memory system seems to be made by Data Products / 
Cambridge Memories Inc.


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