MIL-STD-1397C ???? was Re: New Finds Today

From: Joe R. <>
Date: Thu Mar 4 21:05:00 2004

At 09:06 PM 3/4/04 +0000, I wrote:
>> Went scrounging today and found a BIG pile of computers. MANY Dell PCs
>> and a lot of IBM Power PCs. Brought home some of the PCs to check out and
>> found that they all have P-III CPUs and ranged from 500 to 866 MHz. Some
>> even had CD-RW drives! More interesting finds included two HP 9836Cs (the
>> color version of the 9836), a HP 9000 380 (Probably top of the line for the
>> HP 9000 200/300 series), a Sun Ultra 1 Creator 3D, a >>Hyundai<< Sparc
>> model HWS-S310 (I had no idea Hyundai built andything like this!), a Matrox
>> Shark 10/100/FX Ethernet switch, a SUN SparcStation 20, a HP drive array
>> with hotswap drives,
                         and one old PC with a very strange looking card in

   I just checked out the weird card that was in the old PC. It's a
MIL-STD-1397C communications interface. Here's a link to a site about the
card (a Navigator II). <>
I've never heard of this MIL STD before is anyone familar with it?

Received on Thu Mar 04 2004 - 21:05:00 GMT

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