110652     BMUX: A Protocal Converter Program  Version: December 1982
Submitted by: Thomas J. Shinal, General Scientific Corporation,
Rockville, MD
Operating System: RT-11 V3B or later  Source Language: MACRO-11
Hardware Required: Six DLV11Js, Mini-floppy Disk Drives  Keywords:
Abstract: BMUX is a protocol converter which utilizes an LSI-11
processor to connect up to 22 ASCII non-polled terminals
to up to two Burroughs polled lines utilizing Group
Poll/Poll Select protocol. The user may reconfiqure the
system from the console terminal. Statistics are
maintained on the associated system disk. Configuration
uses a mini-floppy disk and an Andromeda controller.
Software is non-overlaid and could be committed to ROM.
Requires LSI-11, 32K RAM, six DLV11Js, disk, RT-11 V03B
or later. All sources and manual are on floppy.
Restrictions: Utilizes Andromeda mini-floppy controller. Sources may
be modified for other media. Has one elusive bug, system
sometimes hangs and is resettable from console.
Media (Service Charge Code): User's Manual (EB), One RX01 Diskette
(KA)  Format: RT-11, 600' Magnetic Tape (MA)  Format: RT-11

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