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Schachcomputer SC 1,
VEB Funkwerk Erfurt's first dedicated chess computer species from 1981, build in low quantities of only about 12 to 20 pieces. The SC 1 was merely a prototype kind of a chess computer, to test the performance of their own Z80 clone, the U880 8-bit processor [1] . The program wasn't yet an own development [2], but a program from the "Enemy of the people", a plain copy of Ron Nelson's program of a Chess Challenger manufactured by Fidelity Electronics [3]. Remarkably, its successor, the SC 2, which was produced in higher quantities and exported to the capitalistic "First World" to merit foreign exchanges, still was a slightly modified Ron Nelson program [4][5].
SC 1 [6]

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  1. ^ Integrierte Schaltkreise - Prozessor U880 from robotrontechnik.de (German)
  2. ^ SC1, Schachcomputer in der DDR from Wikipedia.de (German)
  3. ^ Copyright und illegal genutzte westliche Software from robotrontechnik.de (German)
  4. ^ VEB Mikroelektronik Erfurt from Schachcomputer.info Wiki (German)
  5. ^ Karsten Bauermeister (1999). Deutsch-Deutsche Geschichte(n). Computerschach und Spiele. No. 5, October-November 1999, pp 32-33 (German)
  6. ^ Kombinat Mikroelektronik Erfurt (KME) from Wikimedia Commons, Photo by Erdmann Schleinitz

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