Transient response considerations in a video tape recording system.
Coiner, John A.
Cooper, Paul E.
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The transient response limitations of an AM-FM-AM system and in3 particular, a video bandwidth tape recording system, are examined and discussed. Reference is made to the applicable existing theoretical work in each of the areas of transient response, namely, response of systems to frequency transients; response of systems to amplitude transients; and techniques for correcting a given response. Further study, and accurate results based on these theoretical concepts are dependent upon finding an approximation to the system function for use in computation.
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