Information Research Services Updated: 19 August 1997
        The J-11 chip was DIGITAL's last 16-bit microprocessor and the first executed in CMOS technology. The LSI-11/73, shown here, brought PDP-11/70 functionality to a microcomputer on the Q-Bus by offering PDP-11/70 memory management, an 8K byte cache and FP11 floating point operations.