Q-Bus Codar Clock

From: Richard Erlacher <edick_at_idcomm.com>
Date: Sat Aug 21 14:06:51 1999

If I'm not mistaken, this one was built for us when I was with Martin
Marietta, working on a JPL project to militarize uVAX-II hardware in our
customized packaging. It works with VMS, and I doubt there was little else
done with it in conjunction with our project.

I worked on other parts of the system (rotating memory), but that company,
located in Longmont, CO, I believe, may still be in business.

Codar built the customized backplanes for us to use in our portable and
extreme-temperature tolerant boxes, along with a few other odds & ends. I
once was called upon to rectify a problem with one of their switch panels,
which I did with a resistor array (a minor oversight).

-----Original Message-----
From: Zane H. Healy <healyzh_at_aracnet.com>
To: Discussion re-collecting of classic computers
Date: Saturday, August 21, 1999 11:19 AM
Subject: Q-Bus Codar Clock

>While digging through my spares a couple days I came across a very
>interesting looking card.
>ASM 951-1200 REV B
>Does anyone have any information on this card, and what OS's it can be used
>with. Does it require special software?
> Zane
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