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    I have the following old docs. I would like to give them to a "good home" in exchange for someone scanning them and posting somewhere for everybody.
    You don't have to take them all - just take whichever docs you are willing to scan and post.

    In a DEC Inter-Departmental yellow envelope, addressed to Richard Lary in CX (note "CX", not "CXO", which helps to date it):
    -Purchase Spec. for 6120 microprocessor [DECmate]. About 60 pages.
    -Purchase Spec. for 6121 I/O Controller. About 15 pages.

    "Intersil IM6100 CMOS 12 Bit Microprocessor" databook, softcover, bound, 150 pages. Includes datasheets for related parts, such as memory and I/O chips, also app notes, etc. Maybe this is already online somewhere??

    KDF11-A (M8186) Module Specification, Rev. 1.0 (12-9-77). About 100 pages. Some pages are hand-written, for example in the 'Instruction Timings' chapter.

    [KDF11 chipset docs:]
    "CP1621B Microprocessor Control Chip Electrical Interface Specification". By Western Digital, Preliminary, Rev. M, dated 11-14-75. 28 pages.
    "CP1631B 512 X 22 Microprogram ROM (MICROM)". By Western Digital, Preliminary, Rev. M, dated 12-15-75. 14 pages.
    "CP1611B Microprocessor Data Chip Electrical Interface Specification". By Western Digital, Preliminary, Rev. I, dated 11-26-75. 17 pages.

    Engineering Specification, LSI-11 Writeable Control Store Module KUV11-AA, 22-Feb-77. 17 pages.

    Except for the Intersil book, the above docs are all "old photocopies". All were from Richie Lary's trash bin when he cleaned out his office in CXO.

    One more, which doesn't seem to be online anywhere, but I have a printed copy that I made at the DDC in CXO3 years ago:
    MXV11 print set (schematics), 11x17 paper, not a very clear copy, but readable.

    PM me if you're interested in the above.

    Pete

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    Quote Originally Posted by saipan59 View Post
    "Intersil IM6100 CMOS 12 Bit Microprocessor" databook, softcover, bound, 150 pages. Includes datasheets for related parts, such as memory and I/O chips, also app notes, etc. Maybe this is already online somewhere??
    this one?

    http://bitsavers.org/components/inte...oprocessor.pdf

    there were a couple of different versions

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    Quote Originally Posted by Al Kossow View Post
    this one?

    http://bitsavers.org/components/inte...oprocessor.pdf

    there were a couple of different versions
    No, mine's a different edition, with a different cover picture. The obvious difference is that mine has about 45 pages of App Notes.

    Pete
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    All the docs are spoken for!

    Thanks,
    Pete

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