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Binder of Docmentation for the Altair 8800 Microcomputer

Binder of Docmentation for the Altair 8800 Microcomputer

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Description
This white three-ring metal binder includes typed sheets and a few programs describing procedures for using the Altair 8800 microcomputer. The documents are:
Altair 8800 BASIC Reference Manual with checkout procedure, 1977 ( with April, 1977 addenda at the front, and checkout procedure, software agreement at the back)
Altair 8800 Assembly Manual, 1975
Altair 88-16K Static Ram Card Assembly Procedure, Manual
Altair Prom Memory Card (PMC) Manual
Parallel /IO Board assembly/procedure Manual
Altair Serial /IO Board assembly/procedure Manual
Altair 88-2-SIO assembly/procedure Manual
International Data Systems Morse Code Trainer
Altair Software Library Update
Programs and annotations of the user are included.
Location
Currently not on view
Object Name
documentation
date made
1977
ca 1977
maker
Micro Instrumentation and Telemetry Systems
place made
United States: New Mexico, Albuquerque
Physical Description
paper (sheets material)
plastic, metal (binder material)
Measurements
overall: 11 cm x 31.4 cm x 29.5 cm; 4 11/32 in x 12 3/8 in x 11 5/8 in
ID Number
2013.3016.02
nonaccession number
2013.3016
catalog number
2013.3016.02
Credit Line
Transfer from Naval Research Laboratory
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Data Source
National Museum of American History
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