Subsystem for Readout of the Instantaneous Values of the Time Code

  • V. V. Puzanov
  • I. V. Shtranikh
Part of the The Lebedev Physics Institute Series book series (LPIS, volume 42)


In multichannel time-base spectrometers, which normally operate in the off-duty mode, the access time to main memory becomes important. If this time is greater than the channel on-time, distortions can occur in the registered spectrum [1]. Moreover, such systems require special circuit strategies in order for the counting circuits to be able to “catch up” in the time allotted to writing in the given channel. For spectrometers of this type a wise approach is to use prestorage buffer devices of the cumulative or derandomizing type [1–2]. In buffer systems utilizing half-current ferrites [1] difficulties arise in connection with commutation of the currents and the creation of proper current-holding conditions.


Main Memory Time Code Emitter Follower Read Pulse Counting Circuit 
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  • V. V. Puzanov
  • I. V. Shtranikh

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