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Studies in magnetic recording. Philips Res. , in Introduction to Magnetic Recording (White, R. ). IEEE Press, New York, 1985. 1 Introduction Well over 10 recording heads are manufactured yearly, with the vast majority being fabricated from permalloy laminations for analog audio recorders, similar to those found in automobile d a s h b o a r d s . The next largest category of heads are those m a d e with ferrites; they are used in professional and consumer video recorders, m a n y computer rigid disk recorders, and m a n y computer floppy disk recorders.
500 Ä) layer outperforms a thick particulate coating at high linear densities. The metallic films used are, generally, cobalt-based alloys: C o - P , C o - C r , C o - N i , and C o - N i - P . Even though these films are called continuous, their behavior is best understood by considering them t o be a closely packed assembly of single-domain almost cubic grains or crystallites, which are, typically, 500 Ä in size. In a true continuous film, there is strong exchange coupling across the grain boundaries, so that d o m a i n walls form and coercivities are low.
Which parameter in an equivalent electrical circuit is analogous to magnetomotive force? 4. Give the mathematical expression for the writing head efficiency. 5. Putting conductors in the gap changes the field shape drastically; true or false? 6. W h a t changes in efficiency occur when conductive gap shims are used? 7. Which regions in a conventional head saturate first? 8. H o w far above the head does one have to be to get the m a x i m u m longitudinal field above the center, or midplane, of the gap?