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South Australian Microprocessor Group Incorporated

The South Australian Microprocessor Group was formed in December 1976 and its purpose is to bring together people with an interest in advancing the knowledge and application of small computing systems and similar technical pursuits. Its members range from students to retired persons and include technicians, engineers and scientist as well as the general public who share an interest in these areas. The SAMG is interested in the application of electronics, computers and software to:

The group's main activities are monthly meetings or visits in and around Adelaide. Information about the group's activities are through this Web page, and an occasional Newsletter. Membership of the group is open to anyone who shares the group's interests.



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