The LINC-8 is a 12-bit minicomputer with built-in analog inputs designed for realtime lab use. It was introduced in 1966, and executed both LINC instructions and PDP-8 instructions.

Manufacturer Digital Equipment Corporation
Model LINC-8
Classification Minicomputer
Introduced 1966
Word Size 12 bits
Implementation Discrete component Flip Chips
Registers 2 (AC, Multiplier-Quotient)
Logical Address 10 bits (LINC mode)
12 bits (PDP-8 mode)
Physical Address 15 (5 bit field + 10 bit address in LINC mode)
15 (3 bit field + 12 bit address in PDP-8 mode)
Memory Type Ferrite core