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Medium magnetizations for longitudinal high-density digital recordings
Middleton, Barry K.
Aziz, Mustafa M.
Speliotis, D. E.
University of Exeter; University of Manchester; Advanced Development Corporation, Lexington, USA
IEEE Transactions on Magnetics
This paper reports on the influences of magnetic media remanent magnetizations on the output levels in digital magnetic tape and disk recording. While at low densities a high magnetization is required for a high output, a lower magnetization is required at high densities. However, for particular applications, an output near to the maximum can be obtained from a wide range of remanent magnetization values, which suggests possible uses for media with diverse properties.
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39 (1, part 2), pp. 581-583