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The board came out in 1977 so it did not had 24 bit address decoding. It was addressable or any 8K boundary. Up to 2 wait states could be placed on the XRDY or PRDY lines for slow RAM chips. The board had the bility to recognize the S-100 phantom line and to generate the MWRT signal for computers that did not have a front panel. The board also had IMASI/Altair write protect capability. The board was actually made by MIKOS engineering -- the group that also made Solid State Music boards.
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