PDP 11/70s For Sale

From: Megan <mbg_at_world.std.com>
Date: Fri Sep 24 18:22:29 1999

>I seem to remember it being in a Terminals/Comms handbook (which I can't
>find at the moment :-(), where it claimed that the PDT11 was _not_ a
>PDP11, since it didn't have a Unibus/Qbus on it.

Remember.. the *PDT* was supposedly a smart terminal (at least the
11/110 and 11/130 were little more than that)

>The PDP11 Architecture Handbook is inconsistent. It describes the 'Two
>PDP11 Expansion Buses' but also calls the PRO300-series 'A PDP11 family

It is a member simply by virtue of the fact that the CPU is the same
architecture. Nothing that was done in the PRO precluded that... it
just took a little more programming to control anything since you had
to program the interrupt controller...

                                        Megan Gentry
                                        Former RT-11 Developer

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