A 64-channel pulse-height analyzer using a solid delay line is described. The analyzer circuit contains several elements to extend its operating capabilities. The input unit has two amplifier channels, a coincidence circuit, and a transmission circuit, making it possible to separate and investigate time-correlated signals. The information accumulated in the memory can be picked off the screen of the monitor tube in binary or linear form, and can also be extracted channel by channel by means of a special binary-to-decimal conversion circuit. The analyzer resolution time is 1 millisecond. The analyzer is immune to interference and stable in operation.
Edited machine trans. of Referativnyi Zhurnal. Fizika (USSR) v2 p163-72 1963.