Toby Thain via cctalk wrote:
On 2022-10-18 2:57 a.m., Holm Tiffe via cctalk wrote:
Paul Koning via cctalk wrote:
On Oct 17, 2022, at 2:47 PM, Joshua Rice via
cctalk <cctalk(a)classiccmp.org> wrote:
After some discussion on reddit about russian PDP-11 clones, i made the (perhaps
erronous) claim that the PDP series in general was cloned by the Soviets.
That's definitely accurate. I have seen pictures of Russian Pro clones.
Yes. But they "cloned" not only DEC Pros, they build PDP11 Computers in
several variants. ...
The USSR built several PDP11 Processors, K1801VM1, K1801VM2, K1801VM3, N1806VM2
etc.. which are all Single Chip PDP11's. DEC's only Single Chip CPU was
Yes, K1836 series as far as I remember, but the K1801VM3 is a much more
developed CPU as the J11 is and is a single Chip CPU was the J11 is not.
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