cassette memory

cassette memory

[kə′set ′mem·rē]
(computer science)
A removable magnetic tape cassette that stores computer programs and data.
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It also incorporates digital audio for CD quality sound as well as time codes and cassette memory for accurate editing and convenient indexing of tape contents.
It also incorporates digital audio for CD quality sound, as well as drop-frame time code and cassette memory for accurate editing and convenient indexing of tape contents.
And, a cassette memory device can hold more than 6900 bends.
It also incorporates digital audio for CD quality dynamic range as well as time code and cassette memory for accurate editing and convenient indexing of tape content.
A separate ADC ID station records patient data and exam type onto each cassette memory chip.