Yeah, info does seem to be scarce. Not even in my LEVAX fiche set.
My fiche set has the Technical Manual, and also (in the wirelist
section) the wirelist.
Not sure how to get it to you, though. I stuck it in my industrial-grade
scanner at its highest resolution; no go. I suppose I could take photos
of it displayed on my fiche reader?
Or is there some device I can buy which is less than a zillion dollars which
can scan fiche? There are a number of things in my set (e.g. the BA11-N Tech
Manual) which aren't online, and would be useful to have.
That fourth card (M7268) is apparently a
connector card for the Q-Bus
and drive bus.
Yes, but actually there are 6 cards: the M7269 is a dual card which goes
into the QBUS backplane, and the M993-YA which goes into the first RK05,
to convert from the two flat cables which come from the M7268.
From: Al Kossow
Also, it is only 18 bits.
Actually, only 16-bit DMA addresses, I'm pretty sure.
Wow, that would be great. Would a camera with a Bowden cable trigger set up on a
tripod in a darkened room be sufficient for imaging the fiche reader screen? I know
it wouldn't be Bitsavers quality but any doc is better than no doc.
Also I'm ok with the RKV11 being 16 bit, my Qbus CPUs only extend to an LSI-11/2
and 11/03 board with 4KW anyway.