A dynamic analysis technique for evaluating video head distortion
Avrit, Richard C.
Cotton, Mitchell L.
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In video magnetic recording the distortion effects of the head circuits and recording media are basically undefined., No analysis technique has been available in the literature. This paper establishes a method for computing the minimum distortion to be expected due to the vidoo head circuit , Moreover;, a new technique for investigating video head circuits and equalization effects is given., The classical FK approach is justified and used., Insight into phase distortion is achieved by use of a "dynamic" rather than "spectral" analysis. Computational techniques are indicated.
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