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the type of procedures which will apply to a case under the Civil Procedure Rules.
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In contrast, helical scan tape formats such as AIT, SAIT and VXA write data in much shorter tracks across the width of the tape, and therefore do not require servo tracking systems.
introduces 160-detector row helical scanning,which is the helical scan mode with the largest number of detector rows available at this year's Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) annual meeting, held in Chicago, Nov.
Nanocubic coating technology will lead to the achievement of the super tape storage capacities, both for helical scan and linear recording mid-range and enterprise class formats.
Helical Scan Recording Technology - Helical-scan recording technologies, based on a very stable rotating drum/head platform, permit accurate and reliable data recording at very high track densities.
Some manufacturers had as many as 13 rollers in the complex helical scan tape path.
Helical Scan Recording Technology -- Helical-scan recording technologies, based on a very stable rotating drum/head platform, permit accurate and reliable data recording at very high track densities.
Helical scan magnetic tape systems, developed and produced by Pacific Rim manufacturers and led by Sony.
PeAk's automated data storage solutions incorporate either linear (1/2-inch cartridge) or helical scan (8mm) technologies, allowing customers to select the ideal solution for their environment.
In fact, metal particle media dominates digital data storage media today thanks to the inroads made with the first generations of 4mm DDS and 8mm helical scan data recorders when most computer tape products were based on standard ferric oxide media.
The 8PAC helical scan autoloader is the ideal entry-level tape automation solution whether you are upgrading from a single tape device, DDS autoloader or installing your first tape solution.
All DAT products use the helical scan recording method that has been used in professional video tape recorders (VTRs) since 1956 and in home video cartridge recorders (VCRs) since 1974.