Reference STATE OF THE ART Stan Augarten

ISBN 0-89919-195-9
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1966
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Storing Data Through Magnetization
Magnetic-Bubble Memories
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Magnetic-Bubble Memories

The early magnetic-bubble memory shown here can store sixteen 12-digit phone numbers. The black bars represent permalloy magnets, the orange ones aluminum conductors. Bubbles are generated at the interconnection of the orange bars and the black squiggles at the right; they are stored in the serrated black columns and are read or erased in the black pyramid. Actual size: 0.115 x 0.180 inches.

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This book is provided for general reference. The National Museum of American History and the Smithsonian Institution make no claims as to the accuracy or completeness of this work.

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