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This bit is set only during the execution phase in non-DMA mode.

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Transition to “0” state indicates execution phase has ended. Indicates Contorller Register is ready to send or receive data to or from the processor.

Both bits DIO and RQM should be used to perform the handshaking functions of “ready” and “direction” to the processor. Write precompensation status during MFM mode.


Determines early, late and normal times. Head 1 selected when “1” high.

What is a Floppy Disk Controller (FDC)? – Definition from Techopedia

Head 0 selected when “0” low. Must be enabled for all operations, both Read and Write.

After completion of the operation, status and other housekeeping information are made available to the processor. When N is defined as 00, DTL stands for the data length which users are going to read out or write into the sector.

HUT stands for the head unload time after a read or write operation has occured 16 to ms in 16ms increments. Desired Position of head. Position of head at present time.

Floppy-disk controller – Wikipedia

ST stand for one of four registers which store the status information after a command has been executed. This information is available during the result phase after command execution.

ST may be read only after a command has been executed and contain information relevant to that particular command. When the FDD is in the not-ready state and a read or write command is issued, this flag is set. If a read or write command is issued to Side 1 of a single sided drive then this flag is set.


If the FDC is not serviced by the main systems during data transfers within a certain time interval, this flag is set. This bit is related with the ND bit, and when the contents of C on the medium is different from that stored in the IDR, this flag is set. Controoler execution, the SCAN Command, if the condition of the “equal” is satisfied, then this flag is set.