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The LAN was a CSMA-CD system modeled on the Xerox PARC 3 megabit/second Ethernet, running over cable TV cable. The protocol was later made to run over standard 10 megabit/second Ethernet, which largely supplanted the CHAOSnet hardware.
- Lisp machines
- BSD Unix
- PDP-11 Unix V7
- Chaosnet Bridge
- Oswalds's Python and Lisp implementations.
Hardware, and simulations
- KLH10 simulates a CH11
- SIMH's KS10 simulates a CH11
- SIMH's KA10 is a work in progress, CH10 support planned
- AI memo 623 Includes chapters on ITS, TOPS-20, Lisp Machine, and Unix implementations.