qbus module ID

From: Megan <mbg_at_TheWorld.com>
Date: Thu Feb 10 13:35:03 2005

>Thanks everyone, looks like that's definitely an MSV11-JE, which is
>what I was hoping.
>Can anybody help on this one? It's an M8190 KDJ11-B, again with no
>additional revision ID _anywhere_ on the board. Nothing even on the
>metal strip or spacers. Looking in the field guide implies this is
>Unibus, but I'm under the impression it came from an 11/73 - could
>that be right, and it is qbus? (fingers crossed)
>The part no. is 5016017-01-C1 and it has V7 roms.

Okay, looks like I need to fix the field guide. As far as I know,
ALL of the KDJ11-B boards are qbus, period. Some of them may only be
usable specifically in the 11/84, but remember that the first part
of the 11/84 bus is qbus and there is a q-to-u converter. The
processor and memory go in the qbus portion of the backplane, and
the rest of the traditional unibus boards go in the unibus

I guess I'm going to have to pull out my 11/84 and do some

                                        Megan Gentry
                                        Former RT-11 Developer

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