Disc Based Storage Systems

Millward, J. D.
May 1988
Image Technology;May1988, Vol. 70 Issue 5, p158
Trade Publication
The article provides information on disc based storage systems. Digital disc stores have two special applications, a maximum capacity of over a million pictures at a picture output rate of one picture per second and a short term storage medium at the real time rate of 25 pictures per second for editing and animation in the post production studio. The basic components of a stills disc storage system includes four different types of media, tape, semiconductor, magnetic disc and optical disc.


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