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Integrated Treatment of Tracing and Tracking Error

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It is shown that tracing and tracking error are twin sources of distortion, each describable by the skew transformation. Means for exact Fourier analyses, applicable to both, are given. Various representations are discussed for the light they shed on compensation principles. A demonstration is given of the degree to which the present vertical modulation handicap, due to the joint action of both errors, may be removed.

JAES Volume 12 Issue 1 pp. 2-7; January 1964
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