New Standard on Electrical Magnetic Tape Properties from IEC (Publication 94-5)

May 1988
Image Technology;May1988, Vol. 70 Issue 5, p170
Trade Publication
The article reports that the International Electrotechnical Commission will release a new standard for electrical magnetic tape properties. The new standard covers non-perforated magnetic tape used for professional and domestic analogue sound recording and reproduction. It lists and defines the characteristics, methods of measurement and equipment needed for determining the electrical properties.


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