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Double Mat Plane Frame (128/2/ Memory)

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000098797D
Original Publication Date: 1959-Dec-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Mar-08
Document File: 2 page(s) / 37K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Related People

Carlson, CA: AUTHOR

Abstract

The core plane frame is designed to accommodate two core planes in a single frame so as to save space in the construction of a large capacity memory. The frame is of plastic or similar insulated material in which are imbedded metallic jumpers. Cores A, A are just two of over sixteen thousand or more cores that lie in an upper plane of an array of cores and B, B are representative cores that lie in the lower array of cores. The jumpers that are imbedded in the frame have tabs on which the drive lines, inhibit lines, and sense lines that thread each core are soldered. The frame, in effect, supports two mats or arrays of memory cores.

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Double Mat Plane Frame (128/2/ Memory)

The core plane frame is designed to accommodate two core planes in a single frame so as to save space in the construction of a large capacity memory. The frame is of plastic or similar insulated material in which are imbedded metallic jumpers. Cores A, A are just two of over sixteen thousand or more cores that lie in an upper plane of an array of cores and B, B are representative cores that lie in the lower array of cores. The jumpers that are imbedded in the frame have tabs on which the drive lines, inhibit lines, and sense lines that thread each core are soldered. The frame, in effect, supports two mats or arrays of memory cores.

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