Definition of staticizer in English:

staticizer

(also staticiser)

noun

rareComputing Electronics
  • A device which converts a sequence of signals into a static (time-independent) form; a device which converts a series of bits arriving successively to an array of simultaneous states, thereby storing them; specifically a delay line that accepts a sequence of signals as input and sets up a circulating pulse train that continues until the delay line is reset.

Origin

1940s; earliest use found in Douglas Hartree (1897–1958), mathematician and theoretical physicist. From static + -izer.

Pronunciation

staticizer

/ˈstatɪsʌɪzə/