Acoustic Delay Line
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Definition of the noun acoustic delay line
What does acoustic delay line mean as a name of something?
- a delay line based on the time of propagation of sound waves
- lexical domain: Artifacts - nouns denoting man-made objects
- synonym of acoustic delay line: sonic delay line
- more generic term: delay line = a circuit designed to introduce a calculated delay into the transmission of a signal
- part of: acoustic storage = a storage device consisting of acoustic delay lines
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Dictionary of Physics (2010)
by Sanjay Yadav
An acoustic delay line is a device in which the signal is converted to acoustic waves, usually by means of the piezoelectric effect, and these waves are delayed by circulating them in a liquid or solid medium. delayed neutrons: Neutrons arising ...
by Martin H. Weik
See acoustic delay line; magnetic delay line; magnetostrictive delay line; optical- fiber delay line. - delay-line storage. Storage in which a delay line is used to store strings of binary digits temporarily for the time-length of the line or permanently ...
by S W Amos, Roger Amos
acoustic delay line A delay line which makes use of the time of propagation of sound waves in a solid or liquid medium. acoustic feedback In general, feedback of sound from a loudspeaker to an early stage in the preceding amplifier.
by Moshe Moshkovitz
acoustic delay line A long tube with a speaker in one side and microphone at the other. The longer the tube, the ...
by Martin Weik
See acoustic delay line, fiber optic delay line, magnetic delay line, magneto- strictive delay line. See also absolute delay, channel, combinational circuit, combinational logic element, fiber optic channel, optical fiber, optical pulse, optical signal, ...
A Dictionary of Science (2010)
by Elizabeth A. Martin
Coaxial cable or inductor-capacitor networks can be used to provide a short delay but for longer delays an acoustic delay line is required. In this device the signal is converted by the *piezoelectric effect into an acoustic wave, which is passed ...
Volume 14 - Very Large Data Base Systems to Zero-Memory and Markov Information Source by Jack Belzer, Albert G. Holzman, Allen Kent
Eckert's conception of a high- speed storage device using an acoustic delay line and would exploit the circuits designed by J. P. Eckart and John Mauchly that operated at a one megacycle pulse ...
by M N Doja
acoustic delay line A device used in a communications ...
Volume 46 - Indexes to by Allen Kent
ACME see Association of Consulting Management Engineers ACONDA see Activities Committee on New Directions, American Library Association Acorn devices, 2:77 Acoustic coupler definition, 41:96 Acoustic delay line memory, ...
For Information and Communication Technologies and Related Areas by J. Vlietstra
Tracking ADJ Adjustable ADL Acoustic Delay Line ADL A Data Language ADL Address Data Latch ADL Advances in Digital Libraries (conference) ADL Application program interface Definition Language ADL-ADP ADL Architecture ...
by Oxford University Press
Order of Ahli Darjah Kinabalu ADL Electronics acoustic delay line - Med. activity (or activities) of daily ...
by Keith Jack, Vladimir Tsatsulin
acoustic delay line A delay line used to delay sound. It may be mechanical or electronic. acoustic feedback This may occur when the input to a system (such as a microphone) receives sound from the ...
by Rudolf F. Graf
acoustic memory-A computer memory using an acoustic delay line. The line employs a train of pulses in a medium such as ...
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