A HIGH-SPEED READOUT FOR MULTI-CHANNEL PULSE-HEIGHT ANALYZERS

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From American Nuclear Society Meeting, New York, Nov. 1963. In computer-coupled automated activation analysis such as in the Mark II system, conventional methods of data readout impose a serious restriction on the minimum handling time per sample. A data coupler for operating between the data accumulation system and the computer tape unit was developed which contributes nothing to the handling time per sample, does not distort the data, and prepares the data for direct computer entry. In addition to activation analysis, the coupler may be used to obtain successive spectra separated in time by 0.16 sec in the study of ... continued below

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Wilkins, W W; Fite, L E & Wainerdi, R E January 1, 1962.

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From American Nuclear Society Meeting, New York, Nov. 1963. In computer-coupled automated activation analysis such as in the Mark II system, conventional methods of data readout impose a serious restriction on the minimum handling time per sample. A data coupler for operating between the data accumulation system and the computer tape unit was developed which contributes nothing to the handling time per sample, does not distort the data, and prepares the data for direct computer entry. In addition to activation analysis, the coupler may be used to obtain successive spectra separated in time by 0.16 sec in the study of short-lived isotopes. (D.L.C.)

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  • American Nuclear Society 1963 Winter Meeting, New York, NY, November 18 - 21, 1963

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  • Report No.: CONF-187-54
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Wilkins, W W; Fite, L E & Wainerdi, R E. A HIGH-SPEED READOUT FOR MULTI-CHANNEL PULSE-HEIGHT ANALYZERS, article, January 1, 1962; United States. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc863081/: accessed September 23, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.