I have a PDP-11/34 programmer's console, what should I do with it?

From: John Allain <allain_at_panix.com>
Date: Sat Mar 16 10:15:46 2002

+AD4- If you're building your own interface circuit
+AD4- you're going to have to route the signals around
+AD4- to different chips, surely.

The original thread of the conversation was
about making the 11/34 console communicate over
RS232 or some such. I woild use PIC to do this,
eventually. But the first work would be in just
being able to demo the console.

There are a number of components that put 8
or more items together (at 0.10+ACI-) and connect
them in one shot, like resistor packs, LED bar
displays and DIP switches. I'd like to be able
to have every component be as simple and direct
as this. I guess my quest for simplicity comes
from too many years with +ACI-building block+ACI- kits.

John A.
Received on Sat Mar 16 2002 - 10:15:46 GMT

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