Complex Announcements

Complex Announcement Dates and FCC Data
Complex Related Announcement Letters


Complex Announcement Dates and FCC Data

ComplexAnn.
Date
FCC Data
IDAppliedGranted
Base 0 / Type 0
"T0-" 386DX-201)ANO386201A23 Oct 1989failed 2)
"T0" 386DX-201)ANO38620C1A23 Oct 1989failed 2)
Base 1 / Type 1
"G" 486SX-20Apr 1991ANOIBM486A2022 Jan 199104 Apr 1991
"J" 486DX-25Oct 1990ANOIBM486A2525 Jun 199018 Oct 1990
"K" 486DX-33Oct 1990ANOIBM486A3325 Jun 199018 Oct 1990
Upg 486DX-50Jun 1991ANOIBM486A5004 Apr 199111 Jun 1991
Upg 486DX2-66Aug 1992ANOIBM486B3308 May 199205 Aug 1992
Base 2 / Type 2
"H" / Upg 486SX-25Oct 1991ANOIBM486SXB25 3)17 Jul 199109 Oct 1991
"L" / Upg 486DX2-50Apr 1992ANOIBM486SXB25 3)17 Jul 199109 Oct 1991
Base 3 / Type 3
"M"/ Upg 486DX-50Apr 1992ANOIBM486B5016 Jan 199222 Apr 1992
Base 4 / Type 4
"N" / Upg 486DX2-66Sep 1993ANOIBM486C3321 May 199317 Jun 1993
"P" / Upg P60Aug 1993ANOIBM586A6021 May 199318 Jun 1993
"Q" / Upg P66Sep 1993ANOIBM586A6624 Jan 199401 Feb 1994
"Y" / Upg P90Oct 1994ANO06H372919 Aug 199426 Sep 1994

Notes:

  1. No official announcement date. The 386-based complexes were shipped with "special bid" machines only - namely the 8590-402 "PS/2 Model 90 XP 386".
  2. According to the FCC records the T0-/T0 applications failed. It's however possible that it passed as an integral part of the ANO8590 Model 90 386 application.
  3. "H" and "L" share the same PCB, external clock, and FCC ID.

Complex Related Announcement Letters

190-175 IBM PS/2 Model 95 XP 486 (8595-0J9, -0JD And -0KD) – 30 Oct 1990
190-176 IBM PS/2 Model 90 XP 486 (8590-0J5, -0J9 And -0KD) – 30 Oct 1990
190-186 IBM PS/2 486/33 Processor Upgrade Option – Oct 30, 1990
191-052 IBM PS/2 486/25 and 486/33 Processor Upgrade Options – 23 Apr 1991
191-057 IBM PS/2 Model 90 XP 486 (8590-0G5 And 0G9) – 23 Apr 1991
191-058 IBM PS/2 Model 95 XP 486 (8595-0JF And 0KF) – 23 Apr 1991
191-059 IBM PS/2 Model 95 XP 486 (8595-0G9 And 0GF) – 23 Apr 1991
191-096 IBM PS/2 486/50 Processor Upgrade Option dated – 11 Jun 1991
191-103 IBM PS/2 486/50 Processor Upgrade Upgrade Availability – 25 Jun 1991
191-194 IBM PS/2 Model 95 XP 486 (8595-0H9 And 0HF) – 17 Oct 1991
191-195 IBM PS/2 Model 90 XP 486 (8590-0H5 And 0H9) – 17 Oct 1991
191-196 IBM PS/2 Model 90 XP 486 (8590-0K9 And 0KF) – 17 Oct 1991
191-198 IBM PS/2 486SX/25, 486/33 And 486/50 Processor Upgrade Opts – 17 Oct 1991
192-096 IBM PS/2 Model 95 XP 486 (8595-0MF And 0MT) – 28 Apr 1992
192-097 IBM PS/2 Model 95 XP 486 (8595-0LF) – 28 Apr 1992
192-098 IBM PS/2 Model 90 XP 486 (8590-0L9 And 0LF) – 28 Apr 1992
192-099 IBM PS/2 486DX2-50 Processor Upgrade Option – 28 Apr 1992
192-100 IBM PS/2 486-25/50 Microprocessor Upgrade Option – 28 Apr 1992
192-101 IBM PS/2 Enhanced 486/50 Processor Upgrade Option – 28 Apr 1992
192-178 IBM PS/2 486DX2-66 Processor Upgrade Option – 11 Aug 1992
192-225 IBM PS/2 Model 95 XP 486 (9595-0LF, 0MF And 0MT) – 21 Sep 1992
193-232 IBM PS/2 Server 95 560 – 29 Jul 1993
193-292 IBM PS/2 Server 95 Array 466, 560 And 566 – 05 Oct 1993 [Sum]
193-293 IBM PS/2 Server 95 466, PS/55 466 And PS/2 Proc Upg Opts – 05 Oct 1993 [Sum]
194-360 IBM PS/2 90MHz Processor Upgr Option w/Pentium Technology – 17 Oct 1994
391-167 IBM PS/2 486SX/25 Processor Upgrade Promotion – 17 Oct 1991

Note:
"Processor Upgrade" is Complex -AND- CPU
"Microprocessor Upgrade" is CPU -ONLY-

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