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New Modulation Technique for High Density Recording on Digital Audio Discs
A new modulation scheme for a run length limited (RLL) Code is suggested in this paper which applies well to high density recording for digital audio discs (DAD). When this code is recorded in the optical DAD system, the opening of the eye pattern is the largest among traditional modulation schemes at bit rates of 1Mb/s to 2.8Mb/s.
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