|Statement||[Translated from the Dutch by E. Harker.|
|LC Classifications||TK5981 .S573|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||217|
|LC Control Number||60039276|
Magnetic wire recording, and its successor, magnetic tape recording, involve the use of a magnetized medium which moves with a constant speed past a recording head. An electrical signal, which is analogous to the sound that is to be recorded, is fed to the recording head, inducing a pattern of magnetization similar to the signal. An audio tape recorder, tape deck, or tape machine is a sound recording and reproduction device that records and plays back sounds usually using magnetic tape for storage. In its present-day form, it records a fluctuating signal by moving the tape across a tape head that polarizes the magnetic domains in the tape in proportion to the audio signal. Tape-recording devices include the reel-to. Magnetic wire recording, and its successor, magnetic tape recording, involve the use of a magnetizable medium which moves past a recording head. An electrical signal, which is analogous to the sound that is to be recorded, is fed to the recording head, inducing a pattern of magnetization similar to the signal. The Import and Export Market for Magnetic Discs for Sound Recording or Similar Recording of Other Phenomena in Czech Republic [Philip M. Parker] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. On the demand side, exporters and strategic planners focusing on magnetic discs for sound recording or similar recording of other phenomena in Czech Republic face a number of questions.
Magnetic recording became a keystone of computer operation as it replaced the more cumbersome, slower punched card readers. Solid state drives continue to grow and replace many magnetic storage methods however magnetic storage remains the most cost effective way to store large amounts of data. Magnetic tape storage remains the main method of. An updated edition of the classic reference.. now spotlighting every state-of-the-art techonolgy Second Edition Magnetic Recording Technology This major revision of the classic reference brings you completely up to date on recent changes in the field, especially those ushered in by advances in digital recording by: S.J. Begun, "Magnetic Recording", Rinehart Books Inc, , now out of print, but still available from used-book stores. The very first magnetic recording book (at least that I know of). The history, theory, equipment and applications of magnetic recording as it was in Steel-wire, steel-tape, homogeneous and coated tape media and recorders. Audio tape in use during the s and ’60s provided approximat, magnetic particles per second of recording a quarter inch format at 15 inches per second (ips) tape speed. Each magnetic oxide particle or groups of particles takes on either a north or south orientation after exiting the recording on: Emig Road, Suite A York, Pennsylvania USA.
Magnetic tape was invented for recording sound by Fritz Pfleumer in in Germany, based on the invention of magnetic wire recording by Valdemar Poulsen in In , working for AEG, Eduard Schuller developed the ring shaped tape us head designs were needle shaped and tended to . Magnetic recording became a hit for military use because it could sense signals from magnetic waves and is able to convert these into sounds. It was invented by Valdemar Poulsen in and was first used by the German military 40 years after . Magnetic recording/audiocassette. Audiocassette tape recorders are widely used to record and play back music or ation is stored on a narrow ribbon of plastic tape that has one side coated with a magnetic material, such as iron oxide. An electromagnet aligns individual magnetic particles in a pattern that corresponds to the loudness and frequency of incoming sounds. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Snel, D.A. Magnetic sound recording. Eindhoven] Philips' Technical Library, [©] (OCoLC)