flying height


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flying height

The distance between the surface of a disk platter and the read/write head. See flying head.
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We characterize the data gathering problem for flying mobile sink node by theoretically analyzing the flying height, velocity and pattern of mobile sink node above the terrestial sensor network.
The client sets the specifications such as flying height, line spacing, sample interval and the scale of final maps.
Though not a worst-case, this assumption provided a reasonable approximation of datum, since photography is acquired at a standard flying height above datum to produce an average scale.
The lowest flying height the FAA would approve was 1000 ft.
This survey was conducted on 100 m line spacing with lines directed at 045o and a flying height of 70 m, and included both magnetic and radiometric studies.
ASACA harnesses what it calls Self-Monitoring Analysis and Reporting Technology (SMART) information provided by every drive and monitors the all drive statistics, such as head flying height, spindle speed, heat, ECC and sector re-writes.
Since this flying height is now less than a micrometer, the presence of any particulates could result in severe damage and loss of data.
The survey is being conducted on 100 m line spacing with lines directed at 045o and a flying height of 70 m.
The actuator arm features an aerodynamics-dictated change in shape, not only helping flying height but helping control operating shock characteristics as well.
The world's fastest, longest range and highest flying light jet, the SJ30 is the first light jet to retain a sea level cabin pressure up to 41,000 feet and reach a top flying height of 49,000 feet.
Products include magnetic/optical media certifiers, servowriters for head disk assemblies and media cartridges, automated workcells, and head related test equipment such as magnetoresistant (MR) quasi-static head testers and flying height testers.
BUSINESS WIRE)--March 19, 1998--Zygo Corporation (NASDAQ:ZIGO) announced today that it has completed the move of its Flying Height Test Division from Simi Valley to Newbury Park, California.