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Channel Codings for Digital Audio Recordings
Channel coding is very important in obtaining both high-density recording and high reliability. Several new channel codes have been developed for improving digital audio recording. The parameters for evaluating channel codes are described, and several conventional codes are explained with application to current systems. New codes are discussed. One new code is applied to professional recorders; another one to compact disk systems.
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