A calculator option for the Tektronix 4010 computer graphics terminal
Cherry, Robert William.
Powers, V. Michael
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Recent advances in Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor/Large- Scale- Integration (MOS/LSI) circuits have made large amounts of computational capability available in small packages. One such MOS/LSI circuit, a business-format, four- function calculator, is utilized to provide a fixed-function form of intelligence in the Tektronix 4010 Computer Display Terminal. Discussion of important circuit design concepts from preliminary considerations to final testing and results is presented. Sample calculations and instructions for calculator operation are given as appendices.
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