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I > ISKRA DELTA  > 800   


Iskra DELTA 800 was derived from the Digital PDP-11/34, compatible to the DELTA family. It could be connected to other computer systems like DEC, IBM, UNIVAC, and others.

It had extended addressing capability (hence, could support 4 MB of RAM), was running somewhat modified RSX 11M, called Delta M OS, and ran J11 Digital Equipment processor (as all PDPs 11 did).

There were several programming languages written for its operating system: ASSEMBLER, COBOL, FORTRAN, BASIC and PASCAL. Iskra Delta was one of the biggest producers of computer systems in former Yugoslavia. Their systems could be found in almost all large companies in Yugoslavia.

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Thanks to Delimir Purgar and Bostjan Lemut for some info. <\font>

NAME  800
TYPE  Professional Computer
ORIGIN  Yugoslavia
YEAR  1984
CPU  Unknown 16Bit
SPEED  Unknown
RAM  Up to 4 MB
SOUND  Unknown
I/O PORTS  RS232 and ... ?
BUILT IN MEDIA  FDD & Hard Disk (?)
PRICE  Unknown

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