Digital PDP-11/34

The PDP-11 was an extremely successful and influential family of machines which has spanned over two decades from the early 1970s through the mid 1990s. The first PDP-11 in 1970 cost $10,800 and was DEC's first and only 16 bit computer.

The PDP11/34 was the low cost replacement for the PDP11/40, capable of time sharing, but had more limited memory management compared to its predecessor. A unibus machine, with 248Kb of memory.

Two CPU were available, and the rack could house the FP11-A floating point unit.

The machine could be provided with the KY11-LA operator's console, which could halt or boot the machine, or the KL11-LB Programmer's Console.

Manufacturer: Digital
Date: 1978



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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH54016. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

 

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