Electronic Defense Laboratories, Sylvania Electric Products, 1966 - Magnetic recorders and recording - 164 pages
Contents: Magnetic recording; Tape recorder heads; Tape transport mechanisms; Electronics; Magnetic tape; Special techniques and miscellaneous information.
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TAPE RECORDER HEADS
TAPE TRANSPORT MECHANISMS
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ac bias adjustment Ampex amplitude audio recorders band bandwidth capstan capstan drive carrier frequency center frequencies channels constant Continued curve data signal degaussing demodulation deviation ratio direct record process dropouts dynamic range effects of flutter electronics erasure Figure flutter compensation flux FM recording frequency response gap effect gap length head area head core head losses head output head winding head-to-tape high frequency inch instrumentation recorders IRIG limitations Low Band magnetic pattern magnetic recording magnetic tape maximum modulation noise level operation oscillator oxide packing density parameters particle percent percentage deviation predetection recording pulse record amplifier Record Bias record head record head gap Record Level Set Record/Reproduce recorded track recorder's reduced reeling functions reproduce amplifier reproduced signal result saturation signal level signal-to-noise ratio single carrier FM spacing loss square wave standard subcarrier tape recorders tape speed tape tension tape-to-head techniques telemetry transfer characteristic voltage wavelengths