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Digital Instrumentation Recorder

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Digital Instrumentation Recorder

Digital Instrumentation Recorder is a magnetic tape data storage format developed by Sony. It uses a ¾" wide tape, in a cassette with two reels, which is written and read with a helical scan process.



  • Up to 64 MB/s data transfer speed
  • Up to 96 GB data capacity
  • ANSI ID-1 standard

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  • Entry in Computer Desktop Encyclopedia

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