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The IM6100 processer was designed by Intesil as an exact clone of the PDP/E processor. Their intention being to capitalise on the wealth of software already available for the PDP8.

The Intercept Jr was designed maily for demonstrating and teaching the use of this new processor. It contains the processor, 256words (by 12 bits of course) or battery backed RAM, 1024 words of ROM containing the monitor program with an inbuilt tiny assembler, and a keypad and 8 digit display.


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