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Reliable, inexpensive microcomputer interface for the optical multichannel analyzer (OMA)
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8.Derived from the OMA timing board and transported to the remote program connector pin 1, replacing the unused output previously at pin 1. The HOLDD1 signal indicates that all accumulation cycles are complete (see Ref. 6).
9.The complete machine language program for driving the interface and more details on the flashlamp trigger circuitry and alignment of the 2‐d OMA are available upon request.
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