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May 1974 (vol. 23 no. 5)
pp. 559
A.C.L. Barnard, Inform. Sci. Dep. Univ. Alabama
Topics Covered: The coverage in this book is wide, ranging from channel programming, through the operation of the vacuum column in a magnetic tape unit, to how a verifier operator can cheat! More specifically, there are chapters on the following subjects: the channel; I/O software;punch card (on and off-line) devices and the integrated control unit;IBM 1403 printers;magnetism and magnetic recording; IBM 2400 series magnetic tape units and their controllers; direct access storage devices; the IBM 2311 disk drive; the IBM 2841 disk storage controller; the IBM 2321 data cell; the IBM 2314 disk system; the IBM 2303 head per track drum; and the IBM 1052 inquiry console. Both hardware and software aspects of these topics are covered, at a level similar to that in the descriptive parts of the manufacturer's manuals. Quantitative information on byte storage capacities is given.
Citation:
A.C.L. Barnard, "B 74-33 Peripheral Devices," IEEE Transactions on Computers, vol. 23, no. 5, pp. 559, May 1974, doi:10.1109/T-C.1974.223989
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