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Transfer Control Network

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000098683D
Original Publication Date: 1959-Oct-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Mar-08
Document File: 2 page(s) / 34K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Related People

Major, RJ: AUTHOR

Abstract

The apparatus is to apply alternately occurring impulses from sources 1 and 2 to output conductors 5 and 6, respectively, under the control of switches 7 and 8.

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Transfer Control Network

The apparatus is to apply alternately occurring impulses from sources 1 and 2 to output conductors 5 and 6, respectively, under the control of switches 7 and
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Flip-flop 9 normally produces an output signal on its 0 side which is applied through amplifier 13 to the bias windings of cores 10 and 11 in order to prevent the cores from being switched. When switch 7 is momentarily closed, core 12 is switched to complement flip flop 9 and to remove the bias current from the windings of cores 10 and 11. There after each impulse from source 1 switches core 10 and resets core 11, and each impulse from source 2 switches core 11 and resets core 10. The pulses on the output windings of cores 10 and 11 resulting from the switching operation of those cores are passed through single shot pulse generators 3 and 4 to conductors 5 and 6, respectively. When switch 8 is momentarily closed, core 12 is reset and the resulting pulse restores flip-flop 9 to its 0 condition. Bias current is then restored to cores 10 and 11 and blocks further passage of signals from sources 1 and 2 through cores 10 and 11.

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