1 edition of Modification of teletype equipment for use with Illiac found in the catalog.
Modification of teletype equipment for use with Illiac
R. E. Miller
|Statement||by R. E. Miller|
|Series||Electronic digital computer. Internal report -- no. 56, Digital computer internal report -- no. 56|
|Contributions||University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. University Research Board, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Graduate College Digital Computer Laboratory|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||12 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||12|
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Teletype machines were used from until about to send and receive characters over telegraph lines. They were made of electrical and mechanical parts. They printed characters on a roll of paper. Various mechanical actions of the machine were requested from a distance by sending control characters over the line. A common control sequence. The Supermen: The Story of Seymour Cray and the Technical Wizards behind the Supercomputer a book by Charles J. Murray, published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc., The ILLIAC IV: The First Supercomputer a book by R. Michael Hord, published by Computer Science Press,
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Miller, Ma This makes it very clear that the Illiac character set was not the native character set of the Teletype they used, but rather, they had to significantly modify stock Teletypes to work with this character set.
The Teletype Model 28 is a product line of page printers, typing and non-typing tape perforator and tape reperforators, fixed head single contact and pivoted head multi-contact transmitter-distributors, and receiving selector equipment.
Regarded as the most rugged machines Teletype Corporation built, this line of teleprinters used an exchangeable type box for printing and sequential selector. A B is the control computer for the ILLIAC IV System. This computer provides executive control, facility allocation, peripheral equipment control, initiation and control, fault recovery, and program assembly and compilation.
The logic of the I10 Subsystem, the Disk File Subsystem, and the B File Size: 3MB. ILLIAC IV was a SIMD computer (single instruction, multiple data) and it marked the first use of circuit card design automation outside IBM.
It was also the first to employ ECL (Emitter-Coupled Logic) integrated circuits and multilayer (up to twelve layers) circuit boards on a large scale.
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A trademark for a teletypewriter. n 1. trademark a type of teleprinter 2. a network of such devices, used for communicating messages, information, etc vb to. Teletype Mod 28 Maintenance Manual Notebook from Bob Erickson, October Bob Erickson had purchased an old Teletype Mo with a stuck main shaft, figuring he could get it working again, and he did.
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marchers located about the country who will use Illiac IV in solving problems will do so via the network. The various systems, hardware, and procedures they will use is discussed.
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This MASR has a "private-wire" CCU, for or mil current loop use. The CCU panel on the right should be blank, but someone added a light to it. It's getting harder to find the removable copy stand, as well as the plastic (or metal) chad box, which is hanging under the punch on the left.
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Supported in part by Contract AT() with the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission and the Advanced Research Projects Agency.This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.Teletype machines from the Teletype Corporation, Skokie, Illinois. Left: ASR33 without built-in telephone.
Right: The Teletype Corporation ASR 33 Teletype (). bps, 8-level ASCII encoding (uppercase only); 4-row Automatic Send Receive, C Dataset (modem); Bell System TWX service.