Memory characteristics of 2.2-mil plated-wire memory

@inproceedings{Chen1971MemoryCO,
  title={Memory characteristics of 2.2-mil plated-wire memory},
  author={Arthur C. M. Chen and William D. Barber and Fred E. Luborsky},
  year={1971}
}
To obtain lower drive requirements and higher densities, plated-wire memory must use thinner films on smaller diameter substrate. The memory element characteristics of thin (1000-3000 A) Permalloy film on 2.2-mil tungsten wire substrate are reported here. Nondestructive readout as well as destructive read-out properties and the effect of a simple keeper structure will be described. The determination of a valid test program in terms of pulse aud Belsen tests will also be discussed. 

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