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Broadcasting: VTRs' `double helix¿: Competing tape formats: As quadruplex video tape's 20-year dominance of TV recording ends, two compact helical formats deliver greater production flexibility

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As quadruplex video tape's 20-year dominance of TV recording ends, compact helical formats deliver greater production flexibility. The three most accepted formats are dealt with: two-inch transverse, one-inch helical, and one-inch segmented helical. It is examined how these new formats affect the television broadcast industry.

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Spectrum, IEEE  (Volume:15 ,  Issue: 12 )