BS EN 61122:1994, IEC 61122:1992 - Specification for still video floppy disk magnetic recording system

BS EN 61122:1994, IEC 61122:1992

Specification for still video floppy disk magnetic recording system

Status : Current   Published : February 1994

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Physical requirements for the magnetic disk and jacket and magnetic requirements for the disk, together with signal recording formats of analogue picture, time compressed audio signals, digital data and control information recorded on the disk to ensure interchangeability for analogue recording formats for 525 line 60 field and 625 line 50 field systems.




Standard NumberBS EN 61122:1994, IEC 61122:1992
TitleSpecification for still video floppy disk magnetic recording system
StatusCurrent
Publication Date15 February 1994
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
International RelationshipsEN 61122:1993,IEC 61122:1992
Draft Superseded By90/20934 DC
DescriptorsVideo recording, Recording systems, Flexible disks, Magnetic disk recordings, Magnetic disks, Dimensions, Datum, Holes, Thermal expansion, Water absorption, Electrical resistivity, Signal level, Frequency response, Track pitch, Angles (geometry), Radius, Rotation velocity, Luminance, Modulation, Data layout, Error detection, Form tolerances, Recording characteristics, Modulus of elasticity, Multiplexing, Containers, Recording media
ICS33.160.40
Title in FrenchSystème d'enregistrement magnétique à image fixe sur disque flexible
Title in GermanStandbild-Video-Floppydisk-System fuer magnetische Aufzeichnung
CommitteeEPL/100
ISBN0 580 22699 9
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages78
File Size1.639 MB
Price£274.00


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