PDP-11 Simulator Configuration

The PDP-11 was the most popular 16-bit minicomputer. Introduced by DEC in 1970, it remained in active production until 1996. The PDP-11 family included many processor designs (photographs courtesy of Digital Equipment Corporation):

Option Description Capacity
CPU and memory          J-11, integral floating point accelerator 16KB - 4MB
CPU options Commercial instruction set (CIS)
PDP-11/45 compatibility mode (18b addressing)
PDP-11/70 compatibility mode (22b addressing + I/O map)
Console DLV11 full duplex asynchronous interface          
Paper tape PC11 paper tape reader and punch
Real time clock KW11L real-time clock
Line printer LP11 line printer
Terminal multiplexor DZ11 multiplexor 8-32 lines
DHQ11 multiplexor 8-32 lines
Disk RX11/RX01 single density floppy disk 256KB
RX211/RX02 double density floppy disk 512KB
RK11/RK05 cartridge disk 2.5MB
RLV12/RL01-RL02 cartridge disk 5-10MB
RK611/RK06-RK07 cartridge disk 13-26MB
RH11-RH70/RM03, RM05 disk packs 67-256MB
RH11-RH70/RM80 non-removable disk 124MB
RH11-RH70/RP04 (RP05), RP06 disk packs 87-174MB
RH11-RH70/RP07 non-removable disk 516MB
RQDX3/RX50, RX33 floppy disks .4-1.2MB
RQDX3/RD51,RD52,RD53,RD54, RD31 disks 10.8-155.6MB
RQDX3/RA72,RA82,RA90,RA92 disks 608-1470MB
DECtape TC11/TU56 DECtape 296KB
Magnetic tape TM11/TE10 800bpi 9 track magnetic tape
TS11/TSV05 1600bpi 9 track magnetic tape
TQK50/TK50 TMSCP magnetic tape
Network DELQA/DEQNA Qbus Ethernet controller
DEUNA/DELUA Unibus Ethernet controller

Updated 30-Jun-2004 by Bob Supnik (bob AT supnik DOT org - anti-spam encoded)