What computer is this front panel for?

From: Vintage Computer Festival <vcf_at_siconic.com>
Date: Fri Feb 14 19:38:00 2003

On Fri, 14 Feb 2003, Kevin Schoedel wrote:

> > (0) It's got 24 bits, or maybe 18 + 6 if you look closely.
> I think 24, since the numbers don't restart. Bit 0 is at the right,
> which might rule out some machines.
> I'm pretty sure the first word at the top is "DISPLAY"; the next
> might be "REGISTER", but I'm not certain. I think the word that
> labels bits 18-21 might be "INSTRUCTION". Can anyone think of a
> machine with a 4-bit opcode and 18-bit address? I think the next
> word (first of two labelling 0-17) is the same.

Now that I've looked at it more, it almost looks like a Four Phase Systems
front panel. It can't remember now, but I believe it was either a 16-
or 18-bit machine (18-bits would make sense with regards to these front

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