Published: Jan 1992
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An accelerated test of the stability of images recorded on still video floppy disks was conducted by incubating disks at elevated temperatures. Small changes in the playback output were detected at 7 MHz, enabling prediction of storage life at ambient temperature by extrapolation. The test method revealed changes equivalent to a few nanometres in film thickness.
magnetic recording, image stability, Arrhenius testing, video recording, MP media, still video floppy, accelerated life testing
Color systems engineer, Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, NY