circulating memory

circulating memory

[′sər·kyə‚lād·iŋ ′mem·rē]
(electronics)
A digital computer device that uses a delay line to store information in the form of a pattern of pulses in a train; the output pulses are detected electrically, amplified, reshaped, and reinserted in the delay line at the beginning. Also known as delay-line memory; delay-line storage; circulating storage.
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The measurement results appear instantly on the illuminated graphics display and are stored in the circulating memory, which has a capacity of 500 measurements.