Rayethon Computer AN/FYK9 CMI Store 33
justin.keogh at v6y.net
Mon Sep 24 21:29:00 CDT 2018
Here is a pic of the back: http://v6y.net/IMG_20180924_183318.jpg
I will keep my eyes out, there is a small chance I will find the computer this memory went to.
The bottom item in the rack is also labeled Rayethon, it's a power supply.
Quoting Jon Elson (2018-09-24 19:06:28)
> On 09/24/2018 01:17 PM, Justin Keogh via cctalk wrote:
> > Anyone know more about this? So far I have only found references to Rayethon Computers in old trade mags.
> > http://v6y.net/IMG_20180912_170812.jpg
> > The rack is as stout as it gets.
> AN/FYK means fixed installation, data processing, computing,
> which doesn't tell a whole lot.
> I couldn't get any hits on the FYK-9.
> In the contract number, it indicates the contract was let in
> 1967. I see IC's on the boards and what looks like a core
> plane in the middle. In fact, from the card type
> designators, I'm guessing that module at the top is JUST a
> core memory system. It is also possible the core memory has
> nothing at all to do with the label on the rack, and was
> just swapped into the rack for storage.
> The core memory system seems to be made by Data Products /
> Cambridge Memories Inc.
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