Advances in Videodisc Technology (1992)

By Quintin W. Williams and Richard F. Annibaldi, Pioneer Communications of America, Inc.

Cable systems are becoming increasingly active in the local origination of both programming and commercials. Meanwhile, the technology available for video storage and playback is developing rapidly. This paper describes some of these advances, especially erasable video discs. A description of replicated and recordable video discs provides a baseline for comparison of the new technology of erasability. An understanding of all of these approaches should help the cable system operator to select the best technology for his applications.

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