MODULAR DATA HANDLING AND CONTROL SYSTEM FOR ELECTRON SPECTROSCOPY.

T. Juul*, P. Morgen

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Abstract

A modular system within a crate is described, which digitally controls electron spectrometers and which acquires and stores 1024 words of data from a single experiment. The system employs 16 data lines, which are coded for addressing specific functions of the individual modules. Without a computer interface and computer, codes are entered from a small portable keyboard, and direct communication between individual modules is possible. When a computer is used, full programmed control and transfer of data are possible.

Original languageEnglish
Publication date1. Jan 1980
Number of pages3
Publication statusPublished - 1. Jan 1980
EventReal-Time Data Handl and Process Control, Proc of the Eur Symp, 1st - Berlin, Ger
Duration: 23. Oct 197925. Oct 1979

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ConferenceReal-Time Data Handl and Process Control, Proc of the Eur Symp, 1st
CityBerlin, Ger
Period23/10/197925/10/1979

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Data handling
Electron spectroscopy
Control systems
Interfaces (computer)
Spectrometers
Electrons
Communication
Experiments

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Juul, T., & Morgen, P. (1980). MODULAR DATA HANDLING AND CONTROL SYSTEM FOR ELECTRON SPECTROSCOPY.. 735-737. Paper presented at Real-Time Data Handl and Process Control, Proc of the Eur Symp, 1st, Berlin, Ger, .
Juul, T. ; Morgen, P. / MODULAR DATA HANDLING AND CONTROL SYSTEM FOR ELECTRON SPECTROSCOPY. Paper presented at Real-Time Data Handl and Process Control, Proc of the Eur Symp, 1st, Berlin, Ger, .3 p.
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1980. 735-737 Paper presented at Real-Time Data Handl and Process Control, Proc of the Eur Symp, 1st, Berlin, Ger, .

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