the coefficient or set of coefficients of the magnetic intensity in any expression giving the components of magnetization as linear combinations of the components of magnetic intensity.
noun 1. a ribbon of material, usually with a plastic base, coated on one side (single tape) or both sides (double tape) with a substance containing iron oxide, to make it sensitive to impulses from an electromagnet: used to record sound, images, data, etc. noun 1. a long narrow plastic or metal strip coated or […]
- Magnetic tape drive
storage (Or “tape drive”) A peripheral device that reads and writes magnetic tape. (1996-05-25)
- Magnetic tape unit
noun 1. a computer device that moves reels of magnetic tape past read-write heads so that data can be transferred to or from the computer
noun 1. a fine wire made from a magnetizable metal and used for wire recording.