disk recording

disk recording

[¦disk ri′kȯrd·iŋ]
(engineering acoustics)
The process of inscribing suitably transformed acoustical or electrical signals on a phonograph record.
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today introduced a new hard disk recording (HDR) service that is able to simultaneously record terrestrial, BS and cable broadcasts.
The resulting noise was then fed to disk recording machines, which stored the results on lacquer-coated disks.
This is particularly significant because disk recording densities had been increasing on an average of 60% annually since the early 1990s.
The Abekas 6000 DTV Production Server is one of the state of the art digital disk recording systems from Accom, designed for mission-critical on-air broadcast operations.
Enhanced read performance on top of magnetic disk recording performance is seen as being extremely important to simultaneously achieving smaller HDDs with higher recording densities.
Although disk densities are continuing to rise, the rate of growth is expected to slow as disk recording nears a superparamagnetic limitation.
The WJ-DH500 hard disk recording system from Panasonic, whose North American headquarters is in Secaucus, New Jersey, offers DVD-RAM modules for archiving.
The DSS is one configuration of the Tactical Disk Recording System (TDRS), a family of affordable, scalable and flexible open systems architecture storage solutions developed by General Dynamics for use in harsh military environments such as that experienced by the F-18E/F.
Kees Farber, COO, CanalDigitaal concludes: "The V2O Wireless Home Media Network stands for everything that's right about digital satellite television: It delivers the best television signal on any location in or outside your home, giving you the benefit of modern technologies like an Electronic Programming Guide and PVR hard disk recording at a much lower cost than comparable cable-TV offerings.
The Abekas 6000 MultiFlex DTV Server is one of the latest digital disk recording systems from Accom, designed for mission-critical on-air broadcast operations.
Disk recording density in the laboratory jumped from 35.