Talk:Burroughs AN/FST-2 Coordinate Data Transmitting Set

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Mill Valley Air Force Station Removal[edit]

While Mill Valley Air Force Station had one, so did every SAGE radar site. Eventually all then active SAGE radar sites replaced their AN/FST-2 with the Burroughs AN/FYQ-47 Common Digitizer, a much smaller but functionally identical machine built using integrated circuits replacing vacuum tubes and core memory replacing rotating magnetic drum. Since the article mentions 134 deployments, I shall remove Mill Valley Air Force Station from introduction. – Conrad T. Pino (talk) 10:27, 10 November 2014 (UTC)

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