Although I have a wide interest in older computers, I worked with PDP-11's extremely extensively 'back in the day', and consider them perhaps the most elegant architecture ever devised (the power and flexibility they obtained with only 16-bit wide instructions were a revelation when they first appeared), so I have focused on them.
For more about me, see my home page.
Also, I'm an admin here on the CHWiki, so if there are any admin-type tasks you need doing (e.g. deleting a page with a typo in the name; merging edit histories; etc) just drop me a line.
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Pages I have added
PDP-10 memories - MA10 core memory - MB10 core memory - MD10 core memory - ME10 core memory - MF10 core memory - MG10 core memory - MH10 core memory - MB20 core memory - MF20 MOS memory - MG20 MOS memory
KE11-F Floating Instruction Set - FP11-A Floating-Point Processor - FP11-B Floating-Point Processor - FP11-C Floating-Point Processor - FP11-E Floating Point Processor - FP11-F Floating-Point Processor
DLV11 asynchronous serial line interface - DLV11-E asynchronous serial line interface - DLV11-F asynchronous serial line interface - DLV11-J asynchronous serial line interface - DP11-A synchronous serial line interface
UNIX V6 internals - Unix V6 kernel memory layout - UNIX V6 dump analysis - Installing UNIX Sixth Edition - Upgrading UNIX Sixth Edition - Running UNIX V6 on an -11/23 - Installing UNIX Sixth Edition on Ersatz-11