tape reader


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tape reader

[′tāp ‚rēd·ər]
(computer science)
paper-tape reader
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Gardner Company has developed the new PosiTector replica tape reader.
DeFetsko's PosiTector RTR Replica Tape Reader is a new digital spring micrometer that measures peak-to-valley surface profile height using Testex Press-O-Film Replica Tape.
That means they run the risk of the tape getting stretched, dirty, wrapped around a tape reader or spoiled by humidity.
The scanning process is throttled by the speed of the tape reader.
Paper tape reader POPENTRaF, PREADTAPEaF (1500 code)
Holbert: The Iris printer had a built-in PC that helped manage the functions of the printer, and it had a tape reader that read quarter-inch tape, to which the image to be printed was digitally scanned.
Debugging was done by first feeding a completed tape though the tape reader and then physically verifying the accuracy of the commanded machine axes positions.
Russell, Dow Theory Letters, La Jolla, CA, 7,000 subs, $ 185; Stanley Weinstein, Professional Tape Reader, Hollywood FL, 9,000 subs, $175; Martin E.
Many years back, machine tool controllers would have a tape reader as a standard item and an RS-232 communications board as an option.
From what Eric Calaluca has previewed about the database, it will surely be a tremendous boon for the information industry, helping to make ancient and medieval Western history, philosophy and literature as close as your nearest CD drive or mag tape reader.
A nine-track tape reader, with a computer card and some software, lets a journalist mimic the power of a mainframe on a personal computer.