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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.

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



Iskra Delta computer D800 has enhaced DEC M8265 and M8266 processor modules.
The later version of the D800 has one processor module, made by Iskra Delta.
This module is very similar to both of the aforementioned module, and has’t J11 processor.

Sunday 6th April 2014
Joze (Slovenia)


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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