In the R-DAT system, it had been a serious problem for the circuit designers, production line workers, and inspectors when considering what to measure when evaluating the performance of the deck and tape. We've targeted on the deck's playback signal. This signal is capable of various errors within the recording system, tape, and transportation system. With the Kenwood Corporation's Model DR-5750 R-DAT Decoder, the playback signal can be measured as digital data. This paper contains an overview of the decoder along with he measurements involved and their results.
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