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March 26 Added Documation Card Reader-PC-USB-Knittel
linked from index.html#UR-Reader
March 21 Added Fortran Geezer Visit - scheduled for Sunday 10 June, 2018
linked from index.html#FORTRAN
March 19 a 1401 has been found, in Amsterdam, Netherlands Jan 28 Marc purchased an IBM 728 Mod 1 backplane (from Ireland?).
The cards from this backplane are available as spares. More than 11 card types used in our 1401 systems now have spares.
Dec 15 added Core Memory problem - Dec 2017, from Ken Shirriff
linked from here
Dec 15 added "Disassembly" to Peaking Coils Dec 1 added An OS for the 1401 from Roberto Sancho Villa Oct 16 added We Get Mail Oct 4 added Presentations to, awards from, Computer Conservation Society (CCS) (London) Sept 30 added a 1401 system in museum in Bengaluru, India August 28 added Sort7 code, listing, object deck July 11 added "Software" before stored program computers.
and SMS Card Tester at TechWorks! from Carl Claunch
May 23 added SMS Logic Levels May 17 added IBM 1401 Timing Charts - 48 MBytes
and linked from here
IBM Manuals, third entry down.
also added FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
May 13 added Ongoing Maintenance Photos
More Demo Photos,
May 11 added - How to Re-Ink 026 Ribbons
IBM 026 Printing Mechanism
March 14 added COBOL e-mails now with working code and demo Feb 22 added SPS object cards and disassembly from Van Snyder
and COBOL e-mails
Feb 17 added WeirdParts - a QUALITATIVE-MODEL-PROPOSAL
Sept 16 TAU (Tape Adapter Unit) e-mails Aug 10 Wall Circuit Breaker for Pacific Power 50 Hz converter July 16 Questions and Answers about the 1401 IPL (Initial Program Load) June 21 New Workshop May 1 Inside card sorters by Ken Sherriff (May 2016) April 14 The 729 tape drive clutch brush problem seems solved :-)) April 1 1401 Character Sets March 30 start of Weird Parts (transistors) meetings
Truncated here :-))
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