Homemade S-100 board

A homemade Altair S-100 expansion on a Vector 8800V bare board. This board appears incomplete as several chip sockets are empty. The function of this board is not currently known. 

Owners of the S-100 bus based computers would often construct their own expansions for a variety of functions either from scratch or mail order kits. 

Manufacturer: MITS
Date: Unknown

Magazines RELATED to Homemade S-100 board in our Library

Item Manufacturer Date
Byte September 1978 Unknown
INMC News Issue 6 Feb 1980
Practical Computing - May 1983 May 1983
Personal Computer World - December 1983 Dec 1983
Byte February 1984 Oct 1984

Other Systems Related To Homemade S-100 board:

Item Manufacturer Date
MITS Altair 8800 MITS 1st January 1975
MITS Altair 8800b MITS 1st January 1975
MITS Altair 8800b Turnkey MITS 1st October 1977
Mitsubishi ML-F80 MSX computer Mitsubishi 1983
Mitsubishi MP 286L Mitsubishi October 1988

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH50922. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.


Homemade S-100 board

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