Improved memory cores produced in Lincoln Laboratory
Vinal, F. E.
Recent memory core production in the Lincoln Laboratory pilot plant has offered an improved variety of cores for experimental project use. Typical characteristics are shown for these cores and the principal advantages to be derived from their use are discussed. A comparison of characteristics is made between our cores and those commercially available. The basis of selection of superior cores is described and the extent of production capacity for our pilot plant is given. Methods which may be employed to improve further the characteristics of memory cores of this type are suggested, and, to some extent, the degree of further improvement which may reasonably be expected is noted.
Includes: introduction, performance, testing and yields, production facilities, further work, and charts.