Flying-Spot Scanners Speed Inputs

October 2001
Electronic Design;10/15/2001, Vol. 49 Issue 21, p54
Trade Publication
Features the character-recognition machines from Philco Corp. in the United States. Use of the machines to speed up data input from machine-printed documents; Efficiency of the machines; Specifications.


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