RQDX3 software interleave

Roger Ivie rivie at teraglobal.com
Thu Jun 8 06:54:01 AEST 2000

> Speaking of PITA
>device control, wasn't it the DEC RX02 that wrote address information in
>single density and data in DD?

Yes, it was. But it was usually done by the hardware (I suppose that
would be microcode in the case of the RX02), so unless you wanted to
do something foolish like read RX02 diskettes in your DD CP/M machine
or format floppies you don't have to worry about it.

Roger Ivie
rivie at teraglobal.com
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