Ring vs BCD counters for decades
ard at p850ug1.demon.co.uk
Sun Aug 31 12:49:23 CDT 2008
> > I've never had an opportunity to study early radar stuff in depth.
> You should get some manuals - they are mostly around, some are
> downright cheap. The origins of computing, ENIAC, EDSAC and all, were
> built on a huge foundation made by the both the radar people and the
> punch card people. This is similar to the origins of networking
> history, with its foundation made by The Phone Company.
I asked something similar last week, but I think it got lost when the
list was out...
My question was : Is there anything of use in the MIT Radiation Lab
series of books? I've not checked the few volumes I have yet, but I do
recall a book on time measurments that might have some useful circuits in it.
I am very suprised that nobdy has scanned or reprinted this set of books
yet. From what I understant, they became public domain 10 years after
publication, and that, of course has long since happened.
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