A One-Inch Video Cartridge Recorder Designed For Professional CCTV And CATV (1973)

By Keith Y. Reynolds, International Video Corporation

The VCR-100 manufactured by International Video Corporation is designed for the professional CCTV and CATV market. Using tape one inch in width, it displays excellent timebase stability, signal-to-noise ratio and horizontal resolution. Because of these features, its color video output can be fed down a cable TV system and received by any of the wide variety of TV sets commonly found in the home with excellent results.

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