In a regenerative repeater, the process by which digital signals are amplified, reshaped, retimed, and retransmitted. A synonym for this meaning is "positive feedback."
In a storage or display device, the restoration of stored or displayed data that have deteriorated. For example, conventional cathode ray tube displays must be continually regenerated for the data to remain displayed.
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