DEC VT125

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DEC VT125
DEC VT125.png
Manufacturer DEC
Model VT125
Lifetime
Introduced July, 1981
Communication
Interfaces RS-232C,
20 mA current loop
Baud Rates 50, 75, 110, 134.5, 150, 200, 300, 600, 1200, 1800, 2000, 2400, 3600, 4800, 9600, 19200
Display
Size 12-inch
Phosphor P4 white
Character Modes
Resolutions 80x24, 132x14
Matrix 7x9
Graphic Modes
Type PseudoColor
Resolution 768x240
Firmware
CPU Intel 8080A
Personalities DEC VT52,
DEC VT100
Software Libraries
gnuplot Name regis

The DEC VT125 terminal was introduced in July, 1981.[1] It is a variant of the VT100 that includes a graphic display separate from the alphanumeric display. The graphics are displayed in a full bitmap manner instead of the waveform graphics used in the VT105.

A plug-in graphics board was available for the VT100 that would upgrade it to the VT125.[2]

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Computer History Museum Catalog

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References

  1. "Enhancements Give DEC Minc Graphics, Floating-Point Unit", Computerworld, August 31, 1981, pg. 47
  2. DEC Advertisement, Computerworld, November 9, 1981, pg. 106
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