Development of a Graphic Remote Terminal for the I.B.M. 1130 Computer
computers, graphic remote terminal, IBM, 1130 computer, digital to analog converter system
Computer Engineering | Computer Sciences | Engineering
The purpose of this project was to develop a graphical output terminal for the I.B.M. 1130 computer, which would be suitable for classroom viewing during lectures. A high quality analog plotter, Electronic Associates, Incorporated Model 1130 Variplotter, was obtained on a trial basis. A digital to analog converter system was designed and built in the University Electronics lab; it contains binary counters and associated control circuits designed by the author, and digital to analog converter modules purchased from Analogic, Inc. The system is now in operation and can be programmed by software already in the computer.
Bond, R. (1968). Development of a Graphic Remote Terminal for the I.B.M. 1130 Computer (Undergraduate honors thesis, University of Redlands). Retrieved from https://inspire.redlands.edu/cas_honors/825