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Performance of TCPR in magnetic azimuth recording

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3 Author(s)
Y. Shimpuku ; Media Process. Lab., Sony Corp., Tokyo, Japan ; H. Ino ; S. Higashino

The 8/10 DC-free code was developed into 8/10-PR1ML in azimuth recording. We previously discussed the performance of the 8/10 MSN code for Class 1 partial response (8/10 TCPR1) (1997). In this paper, TCPR1 and TCPR4 are applied to azimuth recording channels with cross-talk noise and white Gaussian noise. A simulated performance of several different user densities, azimuth angles and track pitches was carried out and the results presented. After determining suitable azimuth recording parameters for TCPR, we found a large off-track margin can be achieved on a removable medium such as magnetic tape

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IEEE Transactions on Magnetics  (Volume:34 ,  Issue: 1 )