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The Status of Broadcast Cartridge Design

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The broadcast cartridge, which spawned the entire 8-track market, has remained essentially stagnant while a vast design effort has been put into the 8-track cartridge. Many of those advances can now be fed back to benefit the broadcaster. Tape guidance is discussed along with antifouling features to resist rough handling.

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JAES Volume 21 Issue 4 pp. 281-286; May 1973
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