rodsmallwood52 at btinternet.com
Sat Jun 4 03:41:26 CDT 2016
On 04/06/2016 04:40, Glen Slick wrote:
> On Fri, Jun 3, 2016 at 7:59 PM, Jerome H. Fine <jhfinedp3k at compsys.to> wrote:
>> In addition, for the PDP-11/84, the PMI memory is different from the memory used in the PDP-11/83
> The MSV11-JD and MSV11-JE are documented as being compatible with both
> the PDP-11/84 and Q-bus systems. The documented restriction is that
> the MSV11-JB and MSV11-JC are only compatible with PDP-11/84 systems
> and incompatible with Q-bus systems.
> uNote # 028
> MSV11-Q/M/J MEMORY COMPARISONS
> The MSV11-J has four versions, the MSV11-JB and the MSV11-JC which are
> used in the PDP-11/84 UNIBUS systems and the MSV11-JD and the MSV11-JE
> are used in either the MicroPDP-11/83 Q-bus systems, or the PDP-11/84
> UNIBUS systems. All four modules use ECC memory for error correction,
> as well as using 256K bit MOS RAM parts on either a half for fully
> populated quad size module.
> NONE OF THE FOUR MSV11-J MODULES CAN BE PLACED IN A Q/Q BACKPLANE
> SLOT. IF THIS IS ATTEMPTED PERMANENT DAMAGE WILL BE DONE TO THE BOARDS
> AND TO THE SYSTEM.
> The MSV11-JB (M8637-BA) is a half populated quad size PMI memory
> module containing 1MB of memory. The second version of the MSV11-J is
> the MSV11-JC (M8637-CA), this is a fully populated MSV11-JB quad size
> PMI memory module containing 2MB of memory. These two module can not
> be used in a Q-bus system due to gate array incompatibilities, and can
> only be used in the PDP-11/84 systems which use the UNIBUS/PMI bus
> interface (KTJ11-A). The third version of the MSV11-J is the MSV11-JD
> (M8637-DA) which is a half populated quad size PMI memory module
> containing 1MB of memory. The last version of the MSV11 J is the
> MSV11-JE, (M8637-EA) which is a fully populated MSV11-JD quad size PMI
> memory module containing 2MB of memory. These last two modules can be
> used with either the MicroPDP-11/83 system which uses the Q-bus/PMI
> bus interface or the PDP-11/84 system which was mentioned above.
> Although the MSV11-JD and MSV11-JE are PMI memories they can be used
> in two other Q-bus configurations.
> (more details follow...)
I have a M8637-EH its marked 2MB Q P-BUS MOS MEM.
I intend to remove the problematical KDJ11-E from the /94 (hybrid)
chassis and replace it with a KDJ11-B and the M8637-EH to see if I can
then get the UNIBUS controllers running.
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