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A Stereo PCM Tape Deck Employing Stationary Head

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Quality sound reproduction is a human desire, and yet the problem has been in the limitations of conventional tape recorders. PCM can exclude all their drawbacks. However, its frequency range broadens about 100 times. Our OPEN REEL 9 TRACK DECK (6.3 mm tape, 38 cm/sec) can cover this employing high density recording technique. This paper mainly describes its magnetic recording and error control.

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