A really cool computer, the PDP-5 from Digital Equipment Corporation.
I've been working on an easy to understand computer architecture that would be easily implementable in an FPGA. The name for this architecture is SIMPLEX and my plan is to use it in teaching/explaining the basics of computation to kids before the school tries to brainwash them into believing that all computers run Excel and they never make mistakes.
These files 340E5.HEX and 339E5.HEX are sufficient. (alternate rqdx3.tgz) I don't know if they are the latest, but I do know they work. They are in Intel HEX format. Save them to disk then burn them to a couple of 27128A EPROMs.
Note that if you are looking at the board with the fingers (where you insert it) on the bottom, then the 340E5 chip is on top and the 339E5 chip is on bottom.