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ADF-Copy Graph Explanation

Published 25.11.2019 - 23:43 by AndreasM

Dominik Tonn write:

I did a short explantion for the graph that shows in the App when reading a disk.

The graph in the ADF-Copy App shows a summary of the flux transistions of each track. The time between each flux transition is measured and counted. Then the count is plotted in the graph according to how often a time was measured, from dark to bright. The data on a disk is stored in mfm encoding, which uses 4, 6 and 8 µS transitions for double density recordings. Therefore the three bands.

https://nickslabor.niteto.de/adf-copy-g ... planation/

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