Re: The reason for Tek delay lines


I thought so. I know they made sensors of various kinds with them. I found
one of the computer memory ones at a hamfest and I did not buy it (I should


On Thu, Feb 4, 2021 at 12:05 AM Ed Breya via <edbreya=> wrote:

Magnetostrictive delay lines are suitable for low speed AC signals,
providing acoustic delay - they were good for early computer equivalent of
DRAM (with re-circulation), before practical large solid state memory
arose, but not for scopes.


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