Technical memorandum. Digital linear transducer using a dynamic RAM

Technical memorandum. Digital linear transducer using a dynamic RAM

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A dynamic RAM can form the basis of a low-cost digital position sensor. The theory of operation of such a device is presented, and experimental results for a prototype DRAM-based transducer are discussed.


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