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Computing Books written by Digital Equipment Corporation

The following is a list of Computing Books written by Digital Equipment Corporation in the Centre for Computing History collection. It is not an exhaustive list of and other books may have been published. If you have a book that you would like to donate to our collection, please view our donations page.

There are 7 Computing Books written by Digital Equipment Corporation in our collection :
Order By : Title - Release Date - Publisher
Digital  PDP11/70 Processor Handbook 1975 Date: 1975 Digital PDP11/70 Processor Handbook 1975

For the PDP-11/70 the most powerful computer in the PDP-11 family

Publisher: Digital Equipment Corporation
Author: Digital Equipment Corporation
Platform: PDP-11

Digital Microcomputer Processor Handbook 1979 Date: 1979 Digital Microcomputer Processor Handbook 1979

Microcomputer Processor Handbook by DEC discusses three members of DEC's LSI-11 processor family: LSI-11 (KD11-F), LSI-12/2 (KD11-HA) and LSI-11/23 (KDF11-AA). It covers the features of the processors, such as the instruction set, addressing modes and memory management. This edition was published in 1979.

Ref: EB-15836-18/79 090 23 63.0 

Publisher: Digital Equipment Corporation
Author: Digital Equipment Corporation
Platform:

Digital Programming Languages - PDP-8 Date: May 1970 Digital Programming Languages - PDP-8

Ref: 082X-00570-AMR   A-09-100
First Printing

 

Publisher: Digital
Author: Digital Equipment Corporation
Platform: Programming

Digital RSX 11 Handbook Date: 1984 Digital RSX 11 Handbook

Handbook

Publisher: Digital Equipment Corporation
Author: Digital Equipment Corporation
Platform: Digital Equipment Corporation

Digital vax 780 architecture Handbook 1977 Date: 1977 Digital vax 780 architecture Handbook 1977

Ref: EB 07466 20/77 110 23 031

Publisher: Digital Equipment Corporation
Author: Digital Equipment Corporation
Platform: VAX

Digital VAX11 Software Handbook Date: 1977 Digital VAX11 Software Handbook

Ref: EB 08126 20/77 110 23 031
The VAX-11 was a family of minicomputers developed and manufactured by
Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) using processors implementing the VAX instruction set architecture (ISA). The VAX-11/780 was the first VAX computer.

The VAX-11/780, code-named "Star", was introduced on 25 October 1977 at DEC's Annual Meeting of Shareholders.[1] It was the first computer to implement the VAX architecture. The VAX-11/780 central processing unit (CPU) was built from transistor-transistor logic (TTL) devices and had a 200 ns cycle time (5 MHz) and a 2 kB cache. Memory and I/O were accessed via the Synchronous Backplane Interconnect (SBI).

Publisher: Digital Equipment Corporation
Author: Digital Equipment Corporation
Platform: VAX

Digital' PDP11/70 Processor Handbook 1976 Date: 1976 Digital' PDP11/70 Processor Handbook 1976

Ref: EB 05962 76 040/200 09/02 40

Publisher: Digital Equipment Corporation
Author: Digital Equipment Corporation
Platform: PDP-11

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