14696MPM-206 (was RE: COSMAC manual MPM-103)
- Jan 18, 2014"-Len (still hoping to find a copy of MPM-206 online somewhere :-)"
MPM-206A Fixed-Point Binary Arithmetic Subroutines for RCA COSMAC MicroprocessorsSteve Gemeny may have MPM-206 but it may not satisfy you if you're looking for the code. He was kind enough to scan MPM-207 for me which is floating point routines but I was very disappointed to find that the code was not included. Apparently it's on a diskettte CDP18S827 (which I'd bet includes the fixed point routines as well). I believe someone on the list once mentioned having the diskette but not a system to read it on. I'm going to search the list again and post a separate query if i don't find it.I can send you the MPM-207 off-list for info if you like.
Date: Fri, 17 Jan 2014 17:40:28 -0500
Subject: Re: [cosmacelf] RE: COSMAC manual MPM-103
Is there anything in this directory which might be of some help? There's
a 1982 microboards document, and also a copy of MPM-101:
There's also a "databooks" directory one level above that, if there's
any chip-level information that might be helpful.
-Len (still hoping to find a copy of MPM-206 online somewhere :-)
On 01/16/2014 09:28 AM, billdeg@... wrote:
> Yes. I need the user guide that came with the COSMAC Microkit. The manual part number if MPM-103.
> Very rare computer. I have been looking elsewhere, so far no luck. I have a lot of docs already, I need specifically the MPM-103 as this will have info I need to help effectively continue with the restoration of the computer system. I have the 1801 microprocessor stuff but not the actual Microkit guide/theory of operation/checkout procedure
> http://vintagecomputer.net/rca/COSMAC/ http://vintagecomputer.net/rca/COSMAC/
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