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DISK TIMING TRADE-OFF STUDY,
SYLVANIA ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS-EAST NEEDHAM MASS
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The memo contains an analysis of the derivation of timing from the disk and the distribution of this timing in the MPCU. The memo attempts to answer the following questions 1 Can two timing tracks be utilized more economically andor reliably than four timing tracks. 2 What type of pulse generating circuit is best suited for timing generation and distribution.
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