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stripe

[strīp]
(solid-state physics)

ribbon-stripe veneer, ribbon-grained veneer, stripe veneer

Wood veneer having alternate light and dark stripes running parallel to the grain. Also see interlocked grain.

stripe

stripe

A block of data that is written to a RAID 0 disk subsystem. See disk striping and RAID.
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This distance is actually computed by measuring the time between stripe pulses at a known tape speed, hence the term "Time-Based Servo".
The "KU Card," as it was dubbed, was embedded with a microchip as well as the traditional magnetic stripe, and it offered functionality far superior to anything school administrators had seen before.