A Microphotometer Digital Readout System
Abstract:Some of the advantages of an all-electronic digital readout system for microphotometry are high precision, reliability, speed, and ease of operation. Such a system is feasible if the scanning digital display can be automatically stopped at the point of minimum transmittance. One way to accomplish this is by means of a minimum-voltage memory circuit. The design and construction of such a circuit is described.
Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Ceramics Group, Glidden-Durkee, Divison of SCM Corporation, Baltimore, Maryland 21224
Publication date: March 1, 1972
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