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(pretty sure this would only work on a KA10)
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[[Image:DM-10.jpg|thumb|right|DM-10 front panel]]
 
[[Image:DM-10.jpg|thumb|right|DM-10 front panel]]
  
The '''DM-10''' from [[Systems Concepts]]  is a [[virtual memory|paging]] device, i.e. a [[memory management]] unit, for the [[KA10]].  Most likely only two were ever sold, for use with MIT's DM and ML KA10's running the [[Incompatible Timesharing System]].
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The '''DM-10''' from [[Systems Concepts]]  is a [[virtual memory|paging]] device, i.e. a [[memory management]] unit, for the [[KA10]].  Most likely only two were ever sold, for use with MIT's DM and ML KA10's running the [[Incompatible Timesharing System]]. They were semi-infamous for their 'Map-o-Meter' meters (see image).
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==External links==
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* [http://ana-3.lcs.mit.edu/~jnc/tech/pdp10/ITS_Hardware_Memo_2.pdf ITS Hardware Memo #2] - Specification for the MIT paging box
  
 
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[[Category: PDP-10s]]
 
[[Category: PDP-10s]]

Latest revision as of 00:48, 26 December 2020

DM-10 front panel

The DM-10 from Systems Concepts is a paging device, i.e. a memory management unit, for the KA10. Most likely only two were ever sold, for use with MIT's DM and ML KA10's running the Incompatible Timesharing System. They were semi-infamous for their 'Map-o-Meter' meters (see image).

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