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Dynamic Effects in High-Density Recording Media

  • Hans Jürgen Richter
Part of the Springer Series in Surface Sciences book series (SSSUR, volume 41)

Abstract

Longitudinal magnetic recording systems are at present the basis of most information storage systems. During recent years, the data density stored on rigid disk media has increased at the astonishing rate of 60% per annum; more recently, the data density growth rate has even been increased to 100% per annum. Most of the gain in areal density has been achieved by scaling; that is, all dimensions of the recording process have been shrunk by the same amount.

Keywords

Energy Barrier Control Track Hard Disk Drive Anisotropy Field Switching Field 
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