MrBretz wrote:It was AB until now, but ABC is expected soon and C have full IMA (CCS+ADFX+FBW) for it C919.However, to move to that is what BA should have done. You don’t upgrade; you build a new plane.
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keesje wrote:I and my friends bought 80286s (AT's) around 1988, so that one was already aging when the NG showed up. Using it for the MAX is typical grandfathered design and requirements to reduce costs on certification.
xmp125a wrote:Based on the last analysis, the 737-8/9 MAX FCC is likely to run the same processors as on the 737-800/900 NG: a Am2901 slice based processor called SDP-185 and a Z16C02:Why are we even talking about this? It is pretty clear that the software running on M68XXX inside the FCC is not Java or any other newfangled language made to increase the productivity of IT code monkeys.
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MrBretz wrote:Still the original 80186 and 68000 combo according to viewtopic.php?t=1362007Keesje, what kind of computers are used on A320’s? Were they upgraded for the NEO?