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METHOD OF COLLECTING INFORMATION IN A LONG TERM MEMORY DEVICE,
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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The proposed device is distinguished from the known ones by the fact that on a template there are fastened casings in accordance with the placings of the rods of the cores on the table of the memory device. Windings are placed on the casings in accordance with the kind of codes of the information to be collected, and then the casings with the windings are taken off from the template and placed on the correspondingly arranged rods of the cores, after which the magnetic circuits are closed by their collection on the table.
APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE