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Magnetic Recording Head

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000094930D
Original Publication Date: 1965-Jul-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Mar-06
Document File: 2 page(s) / 31K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Related People

McClung, DH: AUTHOR

Abstract

This magnetic transducer allows the coils to be placed on the core after the recording gap is formed. Glass-bonded recording gap 1 is formed between adjacent ends of two core pieces 2 and 3. A mandrel wound coil 4 is slipped over the free end of either one or both of pieces 2 and 3. Side bar 5 is then bonded to the sides of pieces 2 and 3 adjacent their free ends. This construction avoids the necessity of window wound coils. It also provides an increased area of contact between pieces 2 and 3 and bar 5 with corresponding decreased reluctance.

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Magnetic Recording Head

This magnetic transducer allows the coils to be placed on the core after the recording gap is formed. Glass-bonded recording gap 1 is formed between adjacent ends of two core pieces 2 and 3. A mandrel wound coil 4 is slipped over the free end of either one or both of pieces 2 and 3. Side bar 5 is then bonded to the sides of pieces 2 and 3 adjacent their free ends. This construction avoids the necessity of window wound coils. It also provides an increased area of contact between pieces 2 and 3 and bar 5 with corresponding decreased reluctance.

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