CER-10


CER-10

CER (Serbian: Цифарски Електронски Рачунар - "Digital Electronic Computer") model 10 was a vacuum tube and transistor based computer developed by Mihajlo Pupin Institute (Serbia) in 1960 (4),(5)] . This was the first computer ever [http://www.bos.org.yu/cepit/evolucija/html/1/TEMA2/e-potencijali.htm (1)] developed in SFRY.

CER-10 was designed by prof. dr Tihomir Aleksić [http://www.bos.org.yu/cepit/evolucija/html/1/TEMA2/e-potencijali.htm (1)] and associates (Rajko Tomović, Ahmed Mandžić, Nedeljko Parezanović, Petar Vrbavac, Vukašin Masnikosa, Milojko Marić and Dušan Hristović) and developed over the period of three years. The team is said to have included 10 engineers, 10 technicians and many others [http://www.mikro.co.yu/arhiva/tekst.php?broj=695 (3)] . After initial prototype testing it was fully deployed in 1963.

First CER-10 was situated in SIV-DSUP building which later belonged to Tanjug. [http://user.sezampro.yu/~dejanr/refer/pc85sof.htm (2)] . March 2006 the Institute gave the case and parts of CER-10 to the Museum of Science and Technology in Belgrade, where it will eventually be displayed.

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pecifications

* 1700 vacuum tubes [http://user.sezampro.yu/~dejanr/refer/pc85sof.htm (2)]
* 1300 Germanium transistors [http://user.sezampro.yu/~dejanr/refer/pc85sof.htm (2)]
* Magnetic core primary memory: 4096 of 30-bit words [http://user.sezampro.yu/~dejanr/refer/pc85sof.htm (2)]
* Secondary memory: punched tape [http://user.sezampro.yu/~dejanr/refer/pc85sof.htm (2)]
* Capable of performing 1600 additions per second [http://www.mikro.co.yu/arhiva/tekst.php?broj=695 (3)]

ee also

* CER Computers
* Mihajlo Pupin Institute
* History of computer hardware in the SFRY

External links

* [http://www.imp.bg.ac.yu/en/gallery/pupin60.htm CER-10] at manufacturer's site (with picture)

References

# [http://www.bos.org.yu/cepit/evolucija/html/1/TEMA2/e-potencijali.htm E-Potencijali Srbije] , by Nikola Marković, president of Computer Science Society of Serbia
# [http://user.sezampro.yu/~dejanr/refer/pc85sof.htm Skupa kupovina za male pare] , by Dejan Ristanović, contains a description of CER-10 in introduction, in Serbian language
# [http://www.mikro.co.yu/arhiva/tekst.php?broj=695 Mali čas istorije i jezik G2K] , by Milenko Vasić, from the archive of [http://www.micro.co.yu/ micro.co.yu]
# CIFARSKI EL.RAČUNAR CER10-Vinča, by dr Rajko Tomović et al, from the Proc. Conf.ETAN-1960, str.305-330, Beograd 18.novem.1960g, in Serbian language
# Review and Analysis of the Computers CER, by mr.Vlad.Paunović, Dušan Hristović, from the Proc.Conf.ETRAN-2000, vol.3,str.79-82, Sokobanja 26.jun 2000g, in Serbian language.


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