Here's another find...

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Date: Mon Sep 20 11:09:07 1999

>Mark game me this board because he didn't know what it was, and he wasn't
>interested in it. If it is what I think it is, it's probably pretty rare.
>It has 4 large Xlinx chips on it, a smaller Xlinx chip, a MC68020, and a lot
>of glue logic. It's made by Micro Technology, Inc, copyrighted 1990, and the
>sticker reads "CIQBA +". The only connector coming off the board is a small
>10-pin connector like the one on a DLV11J. It looks like it's a Q-Bus
>CI (Computer Interconnect) board, Is this right?

Yes, it is.

> Anyone have more info
>on this? Web search turned up nothing useful...

Simply put, you plug the board into your Q-bus VAX, cable it
to your HSC/HSD/HSZ/star coupler, install MTI's PQDRIVER,
set up the MTI and VAXCLUSTER license PAKs, and you're on the air!

If you don't have a HSC/HSD/HSZ/star coupler, you don't have much need
for the CIQBA, do you? :-)

Received on Mon Sep 20 1999 - 11:09:07 BST

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