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* MIT KA IMP, used by [[Incompatible Timesharing System|MIT-AI, ML, and MC]].
 
* MIT KA IMP, used by [[Incompatible Timesharing System|MIT-AI, ML, and MC]].
 
* ACC LH/DH, [[UNIBUS]].
 
* ACC LH/DH, [[UNIBUS]].
* [[DEC]] CSS IMP11-A, UNIBUS.
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* [[Digital Equipment Corporation|DEC]] CSS IMP11-A, UNIBUS.
* SRI, UNIBUS (via a [[DR11-C parallel interface|DR11-C]]) and [[QBUS]] (via a [[DRV11 parallel interface|DRV11]])  
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* SRI, UNIBUS (via a [[DR11-C parallel interface|DR11-C]]) and [[QBUS]] (via a [[DRV11 Parallel Line Unit|DRV11]])  
 
* GIMPSPIF, used by 645 [[Multics]].
 
* GIMPSPIF, used by 645 [[Multics]].
 
* ABSI, used by 6180 Multics.
 
* ABSI, used by 6180 Multics.

Latest revision as of 15:24, 13 May 2020

A device attached to an ARPANET host to communicate with an IMP. The communication interface, the Host-to-IMP Protocol, is specified in BBN Report 1822.

List of interfaces: