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Bram J Loopstra's X1 Colloquium-Cambridge Notes
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Simon’s Kenback-1 Emulator
For a while I had been looking into the Kenbak-1 computer, admiring how much can be achieved with such basic logic circuits compared to the alternatives in 1971. Having been taught the importance of shift registers at University I was pleased to see them in use throughout the Kenback-1 architecture.