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Computer Design, the magazine of Digital Electronics, April 1968; New Display Terminal Project MAC, computer graphics; Core memory; Time Sharing. Computer Design magazine.

Computer Design, the magazine of Digital Electronics, April 1968; New Display Terminal Project MAC, computer graphics; Core memory; Time Sharing.

Computer Design, Winchester MA 1968; 130 pages, double-column text, diagrams and photographs, advertisements.
Condition: Very Good, 8.5x11 magazine, some wear at spine, remains of paper mailing label on lower front cover; the binding is sound and secure, the pages are clean and unmarked.
Price: $15.00
Item no. B196
Item Description
Includes articles on, Design of Modular, Low-cost Core Memories for SLT Systems (T. Kirkpatrick and D. Johnson) -- a description of improvements and techniques used in designing small memories for 360 computer systems

A High-speed general purpose Input-output mechanism with real-time computing capability -- non-incremental input-output mechanism performs high-speed calibration and redundancy reduction on data received as phase modulation on carrier wave forms and presents the partially processed data in convenient whole word format to a digital computer

A New Display Terminal -- Filing the gap between the teletypewriter and expensive, refreshed CRT displays, this terminal, developed for computer time sharing, provides alphanumeric and line drawing capability at moderate cost

Computer Circuit Noise Immunity and System Noise --provides broad coverage of the Spectra 70and an advanced computing system in terms of their circuit noise immunity and system noise source

Bulk Core in a 360/370 Time Sharing System -- Comparison by analysis and test of a 360 time shared system with drum storage and with Large Capacity Core Storage reveals that the LCS provides nearly an-order-of-magnitude-better performance, in terms of response time, availability, capacity and generality, than the drum system

Plus, industry news, New Products 1968, Advertisements, more.