anhysteretic remanence

anhysteretic remanence

[‚an‚his·tə¦red·ik ′rem·ə·nəns]
(electromagnetism)
The remanence in a magnetic recording medium that results from adding an alternating current to the signal current; at low fields it is linear and thus does not exhibit hysteresis.
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