perforated tape


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perforated tape

n
(Computer Science) a US name for punched tape
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But according to chemists Richard Crooks and Hong Liu of the University of Texas at Austin, Whitesides's sensor was too involved to make cheaply; it required the use of photolithography and the precise placement of perforated tape.
By using rolling drums, belts, wheels, perforated tape and typewriter-like output methods, were the first truly mechanical translation devices (Freigang 2001).