1 July 1991 High-density optical MUSE disk
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Proceedings Volume 1499, Optical Data Storage '91; (1991) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.45928
Event: Optical Data Storage, 1991, Colorado Springs, CO, United States
A high-definition videodisc with 60 minutes of playback time per side has been developed by doubling the disc recording density and using an optical pick-up employing laser diode with a wavelength of 670 nm. MUSE (Multiple Sub-Nyquist Sampling Encoding) video signal and two kinds of PCM sounds are recorded. In the disc with a linear velocity of 14 m/s and a track pitch of 1.12 micrometers , a playback image without cross-talk noise was obtained. In this paper, the development of a disc recording and playback system, and the optimization of recording conditions, which were carried out to achieve 60 minutes of playback time per side, are described.
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Yoichi Tsuchiya, Yoichi Tsuchiya, Hitoshi Terasaki, Hitoshi Terasaki, Osamu Ota, Osamu Ota, } "High-density optical MUSE disk", Proc. SPIE 1499, Optical Data Storage '91, (1 July 1991); doi: 10.1117/12.45928; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.45928

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