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Frequency dependency vs. memory effects

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Hi,

I am asking myself this for some time. Is it the same? I think not ...

On the other hand: Frequency dependent components (capacitors, inductors) store energy/information and hence introduce the memory.

Also, smearing out of signals from systems due to its impulse response can be interpreted as memory effects, hence suggesting both being the same.

So if there is a difference, what is it precicely?

If not, does it just depend on the field or application if one says frequency dependency or memory effect?
 

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Hi,
Memory devices are the devices which hold the data that is binary either 0 or 1.So what u linking is somewhat correct the capacitors are the one which by charging and discharging Show the bit data 1 and 0.But wat is the frequency thing you are speaking i am not clear about it.
 

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