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Zoned Dual Sync

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000117101D
Original Publication Date: 1995-Dec-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Mar-31
Document File: 2 page(s) / 23K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Related People

Hashimoto, S: AUTHOR [+4]

Abstract

This article describes a data sync construction which changes times of synchronization (SYNC) area, by zones in multi-zone's recording system. 1. At inner and/or outer zones, here head slider flies low, dual sync construction is adopted to remain either sync /address mark of SYNC1/AM1 or SYNC2/AM2, if one of them acquires thermal disturbance with MR head. // SYNC1 // AM1 // SYNC2 // AM2 // DATA/ECC // 2. At the middle zones, here the head slider flies high, single sync construction is adopted by less disturbance possibly at sync and address mark areas. // SYNC1 // AM // DATA/ECC // 3. The number of zones which have dual sync construction at the inner or outer zones, is not limited, including zero at either.

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Zoned Dual Sync

      This article describes a data sync construction which changes
times of synchronization (SYNC) area, by zones in multi-zone's
recording system.
  1.  At inner and/or outer zones, here head slider flies low, dual
       sync construction is adopted to remain either sync /address
mark
       of SYNC1/AM1 or SYNC2/AM2, if one of them acquires thermal
       disturbance with MR head.
         // SYNC1 // AM1 // SYNC2 // AM2 // DATA/ECC //
  2.  At the middle zones, here the head slider flies high, single
sync
       construction is adopted by less disturbance possibly at sync
and
       address mark areas.
         // SYNC1 // AM // DATA/ECC //
  3.  The number of zones which have dual sync construction at the
       inner or outer zones, is not limited, including zero at
either.