Diversified Numeric Applications (DNA)

From: Vintage Computer Festival <vcf_at_siconic.com>
Date: Sat Oct 16 13:16:35 2004

On Sat, 9 Oct 2004, Mark or Tami Ford wrote:

> Greetings. I have a Diversified Numeric Applications
> MED16/Multiprocessor computer built in 1971, I think. It is a 16-bit
> machine with 16k of core memory, a 64track magnetic drum, switch
> console, analog input module, a serial MUX, paper tape reader. I used
> to have a removeable disk pack unit and drum printer, but they are gone.
> I do have an engineering manual with schematics, and a book of
> diagnostic program listings. I've had to 'repackage' the major
> components into a different 19" rack. The CPU, MUX, and DISC controller
> bays are wire-wrapped 9000-series TTL logic. It's very cool. I'd be
> interested in any information about this machine, and hopefully anyone
> else who has one. fordms_at_gte.net

A picture would be nice ;) I've never heard of this machine. Sounds

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