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This snazzy unit was an all in one solution!!
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The model number is better known as DH-153Q1-A.
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Introduced in 1987, the [[PDP-11/53]] was a stripped-down low-end version of the [[PDP-11/73]] , based on the KDJ11-D CPU module, with on-board memory, 2 integrated SLU's, and no cache. There was no UNIBUS equivalent.
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Latest revision as of 16:07, 17 February 2018

PDP-11/53

This snazzy unit was an all in one solution!!

The model number is better known as DH-153Q1-A.

hampage.hu

Introduced in 1987, the PDP-11/53 was a stripped-down low-end version of the PDP-11/73 , based on the KDJ11-D CPU module, with on-board memory, 2 integrated SLU's, and no cache. There was no UNIBUS equivalent.