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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.

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