- Conference date: 3-6 December 1974
- Location: San Francisco, CA, USA
A new approach to bubble memories, called a bubble lattice file (BLF), is described. This approach employs a periodic bubble lattice to define bit positions while the information is contained in the wall structure of the bubbles. The principal advantage of the BLF is the increased storage density, sixteenfold when the resolution capability of the fabrication process is the limiting factor. The device functions required for the BLF, including accessing and write/read operation, are described. Significant differences between BLF and the T‐I bar bubble memories are discussed.
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