disk recording

disk recording

[¦disk ri′kȯrd·iŋ]
(engineering acoustics)
The process of inscribing suitably transformed acoustical or electrical signals on a phonograph record.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The disk recording utility can now burn any files the user wants to a CD/DVD/Blu-ray disk, not just projects created in VSDC Video Editor.
Entertain Sat will also incorporate time-shift functions and hard disk recording with 500 GB memory, in addition to flat rate telephony and Internet.
Revision 4.0 provides unlimited throughput to disk recording of time sample data including the option of multiple scheduled recording.
today introduced a new hard disk recording (HDR) service that is able to simultaneously record terrestrial, BS and cable broadcasts.
Blackpole-based Worcester Truck Services (WTS) has invested in a host of special new equipment and staff training to ensure that all new vehicles comply with EU legislation postponed from this year and now likely to be introduced during 2006It had been the Government's plan that from August 2005 all new vehicles needing a tachograph - the recording device that is sometimes compared to the 'black box' of an airliner - would have to fit a digital unit, rather than the old paper disk recording unit.
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.
Since Avalon's background is mainly in SIGINT and ASW, it has elected to concentrate on the high-bandwidth and storage-capacity features of disk recording. Analog input/output modules cover bandwidths up to 50 MHz.
In late 1995, TeraStor of San Jose, Calif., began developing a novel MO drive using focusing optics with a solid immersion lens--a moderately high refractive index lens placed in close proximity (<< [Lambda]) to the disk recording surface (not a near-field technique) [4].
hard disk recording facilities and CD mastering capabilities, as well as more traditional DAT tapes, mini disc and audio cassette."