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DEC DELQA M7516 Q-Bus Ethernet Controller

The DELQA M7516 is a dual width Q-Bus Ethernet controller found in most Q-bus based MicroVAXen. This controller is designed to connect to a "cabinet kit" that mounts in the back panel of a BA23 or BA123 cabinet. Sometimes they were used in BA2xx series cabinets with a special S-box handle that connected to the card. Later the DESQA came out that has the S-box handle built on to the card as a single unit.

Date : Unknown

Manufacturer : DEC

Physical Description : DEC board. PDP-11 software on an iomega zip drive.

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH37904. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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