IBM 5 bit microcontroller

By: Duane Sand (duanebsand.delete@this.gmail.com), July 31, 2022 10:26 am
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Paul, do you happen to have any docs describing IBM's UC (Universal Controller) series? I believe the console for 3090 used UC 1.0 (32 bits?), the one for 3080 used UC 0.5 (16 bits?), and earlier machines made some use of an 8 bit version UC.0.
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