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Tesdata Limited - C.A.A. Hyperchannel Course

MONDAY 19th January, 1981;
Introduction to High S peed Local Networks
Software: R. TOWNSEND
1. General Adapter Structure and Function
2. A220/A410 Hardware/Software Interface
3. (a) Software considerations for Adapter Handler
(b) Overview of an Adapter Handler

TUESDAY, 20th January, 1981;
WEDNESDAY, 21st January, 1981;
Hardware N. SNOWDON
1. NMC2 Basic Operations
2. Diskette Loading Procedures
3. Nucleus Diagnostics (ANDS)
4. Downline Monitor Diagnostics (DLM)
5. WRAP diagnostics
6. C.A.A. Hyperchannel Hardware Configuration
7. Maintenance Aid Progrann (MAID-B)
10. Adapter Architecture and Board Layout
11. Accessable Memory Areas
12. Power Supplies and Cooling
13. Course Test


Date : 19th January 1981

Creator : Tessdata Ltd

Format : A4 Document

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH57396. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
Article: Tesdata Limited - C.A.A. Hyperchannel Course

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