interrecord gap - Computer Definition
The empty space generated between blocks of data on early magnetic tapes, which was created by the starting and stopping of the reel. Today's drives do not use erase heads and write the entire tape, filling stop and start areas with padded blocks or special frequencies for synchronization.
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