ISO: Documentation for a Northern Scientific NS-600

William Maddox wmaddox at
Thu Jan 26 17:41:47 CST 2017

Sounds like a dedicated pulse-height analyzer.  DEC sold a lot of machines used for this purpose, but there were dedicated units that had no CPU, but had memory, often core.

>From Wikipedia: "A Pulse Height Analyzer (PHA) is an instrument used in nuclear and elementary particle physics research which accepts electronic pulses of varying heights from particle and event detectors, digitizes the pulse heights, and saves the number of pulses of each height in registers or channels for later spectral analysis."


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