tape reader


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tape reader

A trader who reads the consolidated tape in order to observe stock price and volume reports and then uses the information to make trading decisions.
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New tape indexing technology scans the tapes, using tape readers that can be loaded using an autoloader or library, and automatically generates a searchable index of the content.
Paper tape reader POPENTRaO, PREADTAPEaO (Olivetti)
Although it is possible to buy equipment (a tape reader) and software (Tapeview or Nine-Track Express for IBM-compatibles and several programs for Macs), purchases may not be necessary.
The DNC shop-floor terminals are installed into the space originally designated for a tape reader on the machine controls.
TAPE TWIN System combines hardware and software to eliminate punched tape for running--part programs from a tape reader or memory.
"If a serial port is not bidirectional, we need the make and model number of the tape reader. To get this, you must open the control box and read the number stamped on the reader chassis.
Guide as some of the following products are available only under specific conditions: Tablets and similar devices, Document cameras and whiteboards, Other IT hardware, and limited quantity Accessories such as: Input/Output: Keyboards, Mice, Monitors, Printers, Barcode readers and other data collection devices, barcode and other labels; Storage: internal and external drives, including Hard, Floppy, Optical, USB, Flash, CD, DVD, other drives; magnetic tape readers, data cartridges and cassettes, and associated supplies (diskettes, CDs, DVDs, magnetic tapes, cleaning tapes and supplies);
Supply of magnetic tape readers of the central computer.
Compliance with the EU's Electromagnetic Compatibility directive meant that Netherton-based GNT had to include quality standard CE marking in its manufacture of punch tape readers - better known as Telex machines.
* Replace punched tape readers with floppy diskettes,
All of the shop's CNC tools have paper tape readers, which can make changes a tedious process.
However, most of todays's CNCs also accept external data from floppy discs, magnetic tape, paper of Mylar tape readers, and direct wire to a host computer or network.