CER-11

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CER-11 was a digital military computer, developed at Institute Mihajlo Pupin, located in Serbia, in a period between 1965-1966. CER-11 was designed by prof.dr Tihomir Aleksic and prof.dr Nedeljko Parezanovic, along with their sci.associates ( M.Momcilovic, D.Hristovic, M.Maric, M.Hruska, P.Vrbavac et al). . The computer was based on the transistor-diode logic circuitry and the paper tape equipments. This digital computer was used in SFRY's Army JNA until 1988.

CER-11 military computer
Memory sense amplifiers for CER computers.
CER-11 computer (inside view)








See also[edit]

Tihomir Aleksic

CER Computers

Institute Mihajlo Pupin

History of computer hardware in the SFRY



Further reading[edit]

  • 1. Dragana Becejski-Vujaklija, Nikola Markovic(Ed): "50 Years of Computing in Serbia (HRONIKA DIGITALNIH DECENIJA)", pp. 38, 56 and 76, DIS, IMP and PC Press, Belgrade 2011.
  • 2. Jelica Protic, D.Ristanovic: "Building Computers in Serbia", ComSYS, vol.8, No 3, pp 549–571, June 2011.
  • 3. V.Paunovic, D.Hristovic, "Review and analysis of the CER computers", Proc.of the ETRAN-2000 Conference, pp. 79–82, Sokobanja June 2000. (In Serbian).
  • 4. Dusan Hristovic: "Razvoj računarstva u Srbiji" (Computing technology in Serbia),PHLOGISTON journal, No 18/19, pp. 89–105, Museum MNT/SANU, Belgrade, 2010/2011.