Prof. Paul Wintz engaged Jim Wilson to design and manufacture a small circuit board using newly available 6800 processor family components from Motorola.
EPROM Burner coded in trade for a control module and video teletype to connect to it.
Morse Code Teacher built a model of student competence and selected practice text accordingly.
Repeater Controller used a half-dozen concurrent tasks to manage radio and autopatch control.
Super Duper was coded in the early releases of Gordon Letwin's PL/M compiler. It included efficient storage of ham callsigns and an elaborate crash recovery protocol that actually worked in practice.
Robot Platform decoded gray-code shaft encoders and plotted corresponding displacements on a storage display.