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The '''PDP-11/23-PLUS''', introduced in November 1981, introduced an integrated solution on a single [[DEC card form factor |quad]]-width [[QBUS]] board, which included [[F-11 chip set|F-11]] [[Central Processing Unit|CPU]], [[memory management]] unit, a socket for inserting an [[KEF11-A floating point chip|KEF11-A]] [[floating point processor|floating point unit]], and two [[asynchronous serial line]]s, which had a maximum speed of 19,200 baud.
 
The '''PDP-11/23-PLUS''', introduced in November 1981, introduced an integrated solution on a single [[DEC card form factor |quad]]-width [[QBUS]] board, which included [[F-11 chip set|F-11]] [[Central Processing Unit|CPU]], [[memory management]] unit, a socket for inserting an [[KEF11-A floating point chip|KEF11-A]] [[floating point processor|floating point unit]], and two [[asynchronous serial line]]s, which had a maximum speed of 19,200 baud.
  
=== Essential parts that make up a PDP 11/23 PLUS ===
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=== Essential parts that make up a PDP 11/23-PLUS ===
  
 
* M8189 [[KDF11-B CPU]] board
 
* M8189 [[KDF11-B CPU]] board

Latest revision as of 12:24, 15 May 2022


PDP-11/23-PLUS
PDP1123PLUS-01.jpeg
PDP-11/23-PLUS with two RL02s, TK50, and third party SCSI
Manufacturer: Digital Equipment Corporation
Year Introduced: November 1981
Word Size: 16 bit
Physical Address Size: 22 bit
Virtual Address Size: 16 bit
Bus Architecture: QBUS


The PDP-11/23-PLUS, introduced in November 1981, introduced an integrated solution on a single quad-width QBUS board, which included F-11 CPU, memory management unit, a socket for inserting an KEF11-A floating point unit, and two asynchronous serial lines, which had a maximum speed of 19,200 baud.

Essential parts that make up a PDP 11/23-PLUS

External links