Active Magnetic Memory with Ferrite Cores Having a Small Coercive Force

  • V. A. Zapevalov
Part of the The Lebedev Physics Institute Series book series (LPIS, volume 54)


An active magnetic memory device with a capacity of 32 numbers of 16 binary digit bits each is described; the memory consists of 0.16 VT cores with low coercive force. A system with direct number access, provided with two cores for read-out and shifting, is used.


Master System Photonuclear Reaction Binary Digit Magnetic Memory Matching Current 
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