Sony’s DIR-1000 Series data recorder conforms to the ANSI (American National Standard Institute) X3.175-1990 ID-1 format.
Standardized in 1990, the ID-1 format is based broadly on technology developed for professional broadcast video a market in which Sony products are widely recognized the world over.
The ID-1 format utilizes azimuth recording techniques whereby adjacent helical tracks are recorded at different azimuth angles to minimize the effects of misstracking for greater reliability on interchange.
Data recorded on each track on tape is processed by two Reed-Solomon product code arrays. The data is interleaved within the track to minimize the effects of larger dropouts. After correction, a bit error rate of better than 1 x 10-10 (1 x 10-13 with retry) is achieved.
The following models are available from Sunstar Company.
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|SONY DIR1000||DIGITAL RECORDER, ID-1, UP TO 256MB/sec TRANSFER RATE|
|SONY DIR1000H||FORMAT RECORDER, ID-1, UP TO 512MB/sec TRANSFER RATE|
|SONY DIR1000L||DIGITAL RECORDER, ID-1, UP TO 64MB/sec TRANSFER RATE|
|SONY DIR1000M||DIGITAL RECORDER, ID-1, UP TO 128MB/sec TRANSFER RATE|
|SONY DIR240||DIGITAL RECORDER, UP TO 128MB/sec TRANSFER RATE|
|SONY DTF GY2120||DTF-1, 42/108GB, 12MB/sec, SCSI-2 FAST/WIDE|
|SONY DTF GY8240FC||DTF-2, 200/518GB, 24MB/sec, FIBRE CHANNEL|
|SONY DTF GY8240UWD||DTF-2, 200/518GB, 24MB/sec, ULTRA WIDE SCSI|