An Introduction to Direct Access Storage Devices
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This book presents an exposition of the technology, design, organization, and structure of direct access storage devices (disk drives). It includes a discussion of the evolution of the technology (magnetic recording) and an assessment of other storage technologies, including optical recording. Examples of codes used in past implementations of disk drives as well as an application of disk drive usage dictated by reliability considerations are also included. The presentation assumes a minimum knowledge of magnetic recording, servomechanism design, and coding.
Computer scientists, electrical engineers, and mechanical engineers. Read/Write Heads. Data Encoding for Magnetic Recording. Run-Length Limited Code (2, 7). Read/Write Channel. Access Servomechanism. Optical Versus Magnetic Recordi
Table of Contents
- Trends in Direct Access Storage Devices. Magnetic Recording for Direct Access Storage Devices. Formulas and Constraints. Capacity Increase by Data Banding. Interaction Between Platters and Read/Write Heads. Data Encoding for Magnetic Recording. Run-Length Limited Code (2, 7). Read/Write Channel. Access Servomechanism. Optical Versus Magnetic Recordi
- No. of pages: 280
- Language: English
- Copyright: © Academic Press 1990
- Published: June 28, 1990
- Imprint: Academic Press
- eBook ISBN: 9780323139656
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