Definition of Magnetic bubble memory
1. Noun. A nonvolatile storage device that holds information in the form of bubbles on a thin film of magnetic silicate; no longer used in most computers.
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1. A Guide to Understanding Data Remanence in Automated Information Systems by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"An alternative procedure for magnetic bubble memory modules that have been designed with a built-in bias voltage control is to adjust (ie, raise) the bias ..."
2. Mantech Project Book, 1992 (1993)
"... a radiation hardened mass storage (large memory capacity) system configured with 4 megabit magnetic bubble memory devices as the storage media. ..."
3. National Industrial Security Program: Operating Manualby DIANE Publishing Company by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"... or m Programmable ROM (PROM) cm magnetic bubble memory ca, b, c, or m Magnetic Core Memory ca, b, e, or m Magnetic Plated Wire cc and f, or m Magnetic ..."