Real PDP11 model question

From: Pete Turnbull <>
Date: Sun Sep 19 19:00:37 2004

On Sep 19 2004, 15:03, Zane H. Healy wrote:

> To the best of my knowledge the smallest possible PDP-11 made out of
> real hardware would be a 4-slot dual-height backplane, with a
> dual-height CPU (ideally a PDP-11/73), DLV-11J (providing console
> port), 3rd party disk controller w/bootstrap (preferably SCSI). That
> would leave room for one additional dual-height board.

What about memory? All the dual-height CPUs including the KDJ11-A are

You'd be better using an MXV11-B (you can disable the bootstrap)
instead of the DLV11-J.

Smallest of all would be a Falcon or one of the other KXT11 series.
  Everything on one card, and you could add a disk controller if you

Pete						Peter Turnbull
						Network Manager
						University of York
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