K. Karstad

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  • K. Karstad
  • IEEE Transactions on Consumer Electronics
  • 1980
A microprocessor control that makes available sophisticated and desirable features not feasible with current standard or custom IC's is described. The TV controller features modular design, which permits essential functions to be implemented on a priority basis while events of secondary importance are held until processing time is available. Physical(More)
The sonic film memory represents a novel approach to the storage of digital information. Thin magnetic films and scanning strain waves are combined to realize a memory in which information is stored serially. The remanent property of magnetic films is used for nonvolatile storage. The effect of strain waves on magnetic films is used to obtain serial(More)
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