The Foundations of Magnetic Recording
This expanded and updated new edition provides a comprehensive overview of the science and technology of magnetic recording. In the six years since the publication of the first edition, the magnetic recording and storage industry has burgeoned with the introduction of a host of new ideas and technologies. His book contains a discussion of almost every technologically important aspect of recording.
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Chapter 2 Hysteresis Loops and Multidomain SingleDomain and Superparamagnetic Behavior ...
Chapter 3 Magnetic Recording Media
Chapter 4 Magnetic Recording Head Theory
Chapter 5 Magnetic Recording Head Designs
Chapter 6 The Writing or Recording Process
Chapter 7 Reading or Reproducing Process
Chapter 8 Noise Processes and SignalToNoise Ratios
Chapter 10 Analog Video Recorders
Chapter 11 Digital Recording Theory
Chapter 12 Digital Recorders
Chapter 13 The Evolution of Channel Codes
Chapter 14 Limits of Magnetic Recording
Chapter 15 Optical Recording Technologies
Magnetic Properties in CgsEmu and SI Units
Chapter 9 Audio and Instrumentation Recorders
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