1 January 1993 Experimental 1.2-Gbit/s digital cassette recorder for high-definition television
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For high-definition television postproduction, the demand for a digital video cassette recorder capable of handling a data rate of approximately 1.2 Gbit/s is substantial. An experimental cassette recorder with a 19-mm D-2-type cassette has been developed that conforms to the European HDTV EUREKA EU95 1250/50 interlaced standard. Results from initial prototypes indicate that the concept is feasible.
Rolf Hedtke, Rolf Hedtke, } "Experimental 1.2-Gbit/s digital cassette recorder for high-definition television," Journal of Electronic Imaging 2(1), (1 January 1993). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.132389 . Submission:
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