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Matching on query: Unique id = 101/99, Name = any, Associated machine = any, class = any
Unique id/year of acquisition: 101/99
Name: Cambridge Ring repeater
Cambridge Ring repeater
This is one component of the Cambridge Ring, a repeater. The Cambridge ring consisted of a pair of twisted wires which were taken round the Lab and they plugged into one of these devices - this allowed some device which accepted or gave information to be attached to the Ring. This device would regenerate the pulses. A particular Ring would have up to 256 such repeater elements. These were designed in the Lab but they were wire-wrapped by an outside firm. The Cambridge Ring was supplied to many universities throughout the UK - the last one to be used was at the University of Hertfordshire, disconnected only 2 or 3 years ago. The project started in 1974.
See also: 32/97
See also: 33/97
See also: 111/99
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