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ISO 9660

(standard, storage)
The ISO standard file system for CD-ROMs, later extended by the Joliet standard to allow Unicode characters.

ISO 9660

A standard CD-ROM file system. Evolving from the earlier High Sierra specification, ISO 9660 specifies the directory format of the disc, while the physical format is defined in the Yellow Book. ISO 9660 provides for read-only interoperability between Windows, Mac and Unix platforms.

ISO 9660 Levels
Level-1 guarantees the most interoperability, but requires file names to be upper case and limited to eight characters with a three-character extension similar to DOS file names, but even more restrictive (only alpha, numeric and the underscore character may be used). Level-2 and -3 support long file names with more special characters, but may not be supported by every drive. See ISO, ISO image, Joliet file system, Rock Ridge file system and UDF.
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BEI Sensors' Model 9660 Hall Effect rotary position sensor is intended for harsh environment angular measurement applications across all industry.
The 9660 sensor is compact, with a 1 mounting area of just 51 x 37mm and a height of less than 35mm.
Summary: Global marine terminal operator DP World's recently-inaugurated Doraleh Container terminal at Djibouti received CMA-CGM's Ivanhoe, with a nominal capacity of 9660 TEU (twenty foot equivalent container units
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Buzzsaw allows users to create ISO 9660 level 1, ISO 9660 DOS-compliant level 2, ISO 9660 level 2 with full ASCII, and Joliet CD-ROM disc images.
Now desktop computer users can make "one-off" CD-ROM discs in the ISO 9660 format and use them on any CD-ROM reader.
When used with Panasonic's DVD-RAM drives, the software allows users to create hybrid ISO 9660/UDF discs that are backward-compatible with the ISO 9660 standard.