1989 XAOC Devices Rostock binary Data Pipeline

1989 XAOC Devices Rostock binary Data Pipeline

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The Rostock is another part of the expanding Leibniz Binary Subsystem which connects the other Leibniz modules using the data ribbon connectors at the back. It functions as a digital version of a BBD delay or analog shift register. It consists of a chain of memory cells passing bits to each other every clock cycle like a data pipeline.
The delay length is variable from 1 to 64 stages (with optional looping and scrambling). The Rostock can even control video signals because the bits can change at extreme rates (up to 2MHz).


  • Leibniz Binary Subsystem component
  • Shift register / delay memory of up to 64 stages
  • Voltage controlled length
  • Looping and scrambling
  • Optional individual clock input to each bit line

Technical Details:

  • Eurorack synth compatible
  • 8hp, skiff friendly
  • Current draw: +70mA/-40mA
  • Reverse power protection

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