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KLH10 is a PDP-10 simulator written by Ken Harrenstein. Unlike SIMH, which emulates the KS10 (bit-slice-processor based) processor model, KLH10 emulates the slightly earlier KL10 processor, allowing large memory systems to run.

It was originally considered for a NetBSD port.

Disk images are available for both ITS and TOPS-20.

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