chromium dioxide tape

chromium dioxide tape

[′krō·mē·əm dī′äk‚sīd ′tāp]
(electronics)
A magnetic recording tape developed primarily to improve quality and brilliance of reproduction when used in cassettes operated at 1⅞ inches per second (4.76 centimeters per second); requires special recorders that provide high bias.
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In 1991, the 36-track drive was introduced, which used a new extended-length chromium dioxide tape and provided 800MB of storage.
Utilizing Metal Particle (MP) technology, Kao produces a tape of greater magnetization (more signal) than current oxide or chromium dioxide tapes.