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ANSI - ANSI X3.55 - INFORMATION SYSTEMS - UNRECORDED MAGNETIC TAPE CARTRIDGE FOR INFORMATION INTERCHANGE - 0.250 INCH (6.30 MM), 1600 BPI (63 BPMM), PHASE ENCODED Organization: ANSI
Date: 1992-06-17
Description: This standard refers solely to the magnetic tape and cartridge with various lengths of tape for digital recording, and complements American National Standard Recorded Magnetic Tape Cartridge for Information Interchange, 4 Track, 0.250 in (6.30 mm), 1600 bpi (63 bpmm), Phase Encoded, ANSI X3.56-1977. The magnetic tape cartridge consists of two coplanar hubs loaded with 0.250 in (6.30 mm) wide magnetic tape (see figure 1).
ANSI - ANSI/INCITS 55 - INFORMATION SYSTEMS – UNRECORDED MAGNETIC TAPE CARTRIDGE FOR INFORMATION INTERCHANGE – 0.250 INCH (6.30 MM), 1600 BPI (63 BPMM), PHASE ENCODED Organization: ANSI
Date: 2017-01-01
Description: This standard refers solely to the magnetic tape and cartridge with various lengths of tape for digital recording, and complements American National Standard Recorded Magnetic Tape Cartridge for Information Interchange, 4 Track, 0.250 in (6.30 mm), 1600 bpi (63 bpmm), Phase Encoded, ANSI X3.56-1977. The magnetic tape cartridge consists of two coplanar hubs loaded with 0.250 in (6.30 mm) wide magnetic tape (see figure 1).
ANSI - ANSI/INCITS 116 - INFORMATION SYSTEMS - RECORDED MAGNETIC TAPE CARTRIDGE FOR INFORMATION INTERCHANGE - 4-TRACK, SERIAL, 0.250 INCH (6.30 MM), 6400 BPI (252 BPMM), INVERTED MODIFIED FREQUENCY MODULATION ENCODED Organization: ANSI
Date: 2017-01-01
Description: This standard refers solely to recording on the 0.250-inch (6.30-mm) magnetic tape cartridge and complements American National Standard for Information Systems - Unrecorded Magnetic Tape Cartridge for Information Interchange - 0.250 inch (6.30 mm), 6400-10000 ftpi (252-394 ftpmm) Phase Encoded, ANSI X3.127.’ In that related standard, the following sections are dealt with in detail: general requirements, definition, tape and cartridge, physical and magnetic requirements, speed requirements, and write enable feature.
ANSI - ANSI/INCITS 56 - INFORMATION SYSTEMS – UNRECORDED MAGNETIC TAPE CARTRIDGE FOR INFORMATION INTERCHANGE – 4-TRACK, 0.250 INCH (6.30 MM), 1600 BPI (63 BPMM), PHASE ENCODED Organization: ANSI
Date: 2017-01-01
Description: This standard refers solely to recording on the 0.250- inch (6.30-mm) magnetic tape cartridge and complements American National Standard for Unrecorded Magnetic Tape Cartridge for Information Interchange, 0.250 inch (6.30 mm), 1600 bpi (63 bpmm), Phase Encoded, ANSI X3.55-1982 where the following sections are dealt with in detail: general requirements, definitions, tape and cartridge, physical and magnetic requirements, speed requirements, and a write enable feature.
ANSI - ANSI/INCITS 39 - INFORMATION SYSTEMS - RECORDED MAGNETIC TAPE FOR INFORMATION INTERCHANGE (1600 CPI, PHASE ENCODED) Organization: ANSI
Date: 2017-01-01
Description: A standard on labeling, such as American National Standard Magnetic Tape Labels and File Structure for Information Interchange, ANSI X3.27-1978, may be used to support data interchange between data processing systems.
ANSI - ANSI/INCITS 48 - INFORMATION SYSTEMS - MAGNETIC TAPE CASSETTES FOR INFORMATION INTERCHANGE - 3.81 -MM (0.150-IN) TAPE AT 32 BPMM (800 BPI), PHASE ENCODED Organization: ANSI
Date: 2017-01-01
Description: This American National Standard for unrecorded and recorded cassettes containing 3.8 1 -mm (O.l.SO-in) -wide magnetic tape presents the minimum requirements for mechanical and magnetic interchangeability of the cassette and for data interchange between information processing systems, which are capable of utilizing a standard code for information interchange as agreed upon by the interchange parties, using a data density of 32 bpmm (800 bpi).
ASTM E1467 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR TRANSFERRING DIGITAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL DATA BETWEEN INDEPENDENT COMPUTER SYSTEMS Organization: ASTM
Date: 1994-01-01
Description: An example suitable for transmission of large amounts of digital waveform data would be the use of industry-standard magnetic tape or digital audio tape (DAT), with ANSI standard tape labels, employing variable length blocked records (lines) with a maximum block size of 4092 bytes.
ASTM - E1467 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR TRANSFERRING DIGITAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL DATA BETWEEN INDEPENDENT COMPUTER SYSTEMS Organization: ASTM
Date: 1994-07-15
Description: An example suitable for transmission of large amounts of digital waveform data would be the use of industry-standard magnetic tape or digital audio tape (DAT), with ANSI standard tape labels, employing variable length blocked records (lines) with a maximum block size of 4092 bytes.

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