25 May 1989 High-Density Optical Storage Using Optical Delay Lines: Use Of Optical Delay Lines As A Disk
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This document describes the use of optical delay lines for data storage and a series of experiments to demonstrate this idea. The idea is based on constructing an optical version of a mercury delay line - such as those used in the 1950s.
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Gerald Q. Maguire, Gerald Q. Maguire, Paul R. Prucnal, Paul R. Prucnal, } "High-Density Optical Storage Using Optical Delay Lines: Use Of Optical Delay Lines As A Disk", Proc. SPIE 1093, Medical Imaging III: PACS System Design and Evaluation, (25 May 1989); doi: 10.1117/12.953375; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.953375
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