Plane of core memory
Andrew Luke Nesbit
ullbeking at andrewnesbit.org
Thu Apr 18 03:08:16 CDT 2019
On 18/04/2019 05:47, Grant Taylor via cctalk wrote:
> If you just want core memory, check out the following link:
> Link - Core Memory Shield for Arduino
> - https://www.tindie.com/products/kilpelaj/core-memory-shield-for-arduino/
> You can actually use Core Memory on a modern computer. }:-)
This is great and I will look into this.
But my original request was for something a little bit different. That
is, a properly specified core memory plane in working condition, because
I would very much like to interface with it from a modern computer.
> The connectors remind me of a DEC machine bus, but I don't know what the
> bus name is. I also find it odd that memory would plug into the system
> bus like that.
Yes, I agree. And somebody from a DEC list I'm on said that the number
of connectors and their spacing isn't anything they've personally seen
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