The 19 mm data recorders similarities and differences
- Atkinson, Steve
- Sep 1, 1992.
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- Confusion over the use of non-video 19 mm data recorders is becoming more pronounced as we enter the world of high performance computing. This paper addresses the following: the differences between ID-1, ID-2, MIL-STD-2179 and DD-2; what the proper machine is for various applications; how the machine can be integrated into an environment; and any misconceptions there might be about 19 mm tape recorders. DD-2 and 19 mm instrumentation recorders have missions for which each is well designed. While the differences may appear subtle, understanding the difference between the two is the key to picking the right recorder for a particular application.
- NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Collection.
- Document ID: 19930007142., Accession ID: 93N16331., and NASA. Goddard Space Flight Center, NSSDC Conference on Mass Storage Systems and Technologies for Space and Earth Science Applications, Volume 2 5 p(SEE N93-16320 05-82); NASA. Goddard Space.
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