Speed up your IBM PC with 16-bit coprocessing power.
[author : Steve Ciarcia]
Dirty filters, 8/16-land, views of the future, and inevitably more.
[author : Jerry Pournelle]
Amateur radio pioneering promises low-cost global communications.
[author : John Markoff]
This month's theme articles explore how microcomputers can take on part of the burden of running many types of professional offices.
[author : Stanley J. Wszola]
New systems are described as user-friendly, but what does that mean?
[author : William J. Raduchel]
By handling patients' preliminary queries on a particular medical problem, the program described can save a doctor's time for answering more complicated questions.
[author : George Zucconi]
A computer can help you make work decisions, but only if you know what to expect.
[author : Peter Callamaras]
The guidelines presented can help you compare the functions and speed of business-modeling software.
[author : William Hession and Malcolm Rubel]
The TK!Solver approach.
[author : Milos Konopasek and Sundaresan Jayaraman]
[author : Robert P. Wilkins]
A physician's advice can be useful for other professionals needing tailored applications.
[author : Jonathan Javitt]
BYTE's product-review editor comments briefly on Multiplan, PFS:Write, Infoscope, and more.
[author : Rich Malloy]
Billed as an "idea processor," Thinktank is an outlining and organizing tool.
[author : William R. Hershey]
A high-priced but speedy Z80 system.
[author : Edward Joyce]
This hard-disk CP/M portable has a large software bundle and a small price.
[author : Steve McMahon]
The author compares Mapper III, Shuffleboard III and Vid-80.
[author : Mark E. Renne]
Convert an Apple computer into a drafting system.
[author : Rik Jadrnicek]
A benchmark comparison of Q/C and Eco-C.
[author : David D. Clark]
A user reports favorably on this Z80-based, 8-bit TRS-80 work-alike.
[author : Mahlon G. Kelly]
BYTE's features editor gives an overview of the issue's feature articles.
[author : G. Michael Vose]
Apple introduces a portable IIe compatible that runs ProDOS.
[author : John Markoff]
Explore the built-in software of the TRS-80 Model 100.
[author : Brian Cameron]
How cache memory can dramatically affect transfer rates.
[author : Roy Chaney and Brian Johnson]
The Macintosh turns out to be more expensive than expected.
[author : Gregg Williams]
[author : Marco S. Caceci and William P. Cacheris]
A versatile hardware/software combination.
[author : Stephen C. Gates]
A high-speed system for the acquisition and analysis of data.
[author : Richard C. Hallgren]
The structure and features of a simulation language designed to run under CP/M are discussed.
[author : Roy E. Crosbie]
How to "walk" through a "grove" of A-trees in search of hierarchical nodes.
[author : John Snyder]
Complex software can be maintained more easily by the judicious use of remarks embedded in the program code.
[author : Richard A. Thomas]