Home Up Search

COMPLETE DATA RECOVERY SERVICE

Home
Up


  • Advances in Information Storage Systems
    cover   Advances in Information Storage Systems
    Storage Systems (AISS) series was initiated by ASME Press. New York with a first issue published in April 1991. ASME Press published a total of five volumes in 1991-93. In 1994, World Scientific Publishing Co. Private Limited took over the highly respected series and published volume number 6 in 1995. This volume number 7 is the second volume published by the World Scientific Publishing. The aim of the series remains to report the latest results from around the world in...
  • The Complete Handbook of Magnetic...
    cover   The Complete Handbook of Magnetic...
    Get the very latest and most up-to-date information on every aspect of magnetic recording with the 4th edition of one of TAB's all-time best-sellers. Often referred to as the "Bible" by technicians and engineers working in the magnetic recording industry, the Handbook is practical rather than theoretical in its approach. In the rapidly growing field of magnetic recording, this book is truly the "authority" with easy access to topics of interest and...
  • Digital Magnetic Recording
    cover   Digital Magnetic Recording
    Revised, updated, and expanded textbook (first edition, 1963) on the fundamentals of the digital magnetic recording process for data storage. Covers the underlying phenomena and develops and outlines design guides and tools for the analysis and design of data storage disk and tape drives.

  • The Foundations of Magnetic Recording
    cover   The Foundations of Magnetic Recording
    The new edition (first was 1987) of this textbook addressed to students at the senior undergraduate or graduate level catches up on burgeoning technology and theory in the field. The original material has been expanded, and five new chapters--on magnetic recording head designs, digital recorders, the evolution of channel codes, limits of magnetic recording, and optical recording technologies--have been added. Each chapter closes with a list of exercises.

  • Introduction to Magnetism and Magnetic..
    cover   Introduction to Magnetism and Magnetic...
    A tutorial for engineers and scientists that introduces the physics and material science of magnetism and modern magnetic recording systems and their systems. Comstock (materials engineering, San Jose State U. and Santa Clara U.) discusses theory and applications, reinforces concepts with real-world data, and provides insight into new and emerging technologies. Among his topics are the ferromagnetism of the transition metals; properties of ferromagnetic thin films; digital magnetic recording technology; magnetic recording heads, including standard and giant magneto-resistive heads; and recording media in disk drive technology.

  • Magnetic Recording Technology
    cover   Magnetic Recording Technology
    This book gives a comprehensive treatment of the technologies underlying all forms of state-of-the-art data storage, video, and audio magnetic recording. The topics covered include the basic principles of nonlinear and linear recording, longitudinal and perpendicular recording modes, particulate and film tape and disk media, the design and materials for bulk and film heads, the limits and expectations of areal densities, the measurement techniques used in modern research and development laboratories, and the critical mechanical aspects of the head-medium interface.

  • Magnetic Storage Handbook
    cover   Magnetic Storage Handbook
    Thoroughly updated, this new edition incorporates extensive changes ushered in by advances in digital recording. New chapters on digital recording and optical drives accompany extensive revisions in this leading reference in the field. Detailed coverage of micromagnetics and magneto-resistive heads keeps engineers at the leading edge. All types of data storage are explained, including storage on rigid disks, flexible disks, and tape. Incisive chapters discuss analog and digital video recording,...

  • Theory of Magnetic Recording
    cover   Theory of Magnetic Recording
    This book is designed to give the student a fundamental, in-depth understanding of all the essential features of the magnetic recording process for both high density disk and tape recording. The book provides a thorough grounding in four basic areas of magnetic recording: structure and fields of heads and media, the replay process, the recording process, and medium noise analysis. Besides the fundamental issues, key systems questions of nonlinearities, overwrite, side track phenomena, error rate estimates as well as comparisons of MR and inductive heads will be discussed. The student will be able to use the information presented to design and analyze key experiments for head and medium evaluation as well as for overall system performance decisions. A parallel treatment of time and frequency response will enable the student to evaluate signal processing schemes. The book is intended either for senior-year undergraduates or first-year graduates. It assumes that the reader has had basic introductory electrical engineering or physics courses such as electricity and magnetism and applied mathematics.

  • Tribology and Mechanics of Magnetic...
    cover   Tribology and Mechanics of Magnetic...
    Monograph offers a systematic compilation of current knowledge of tribology and mechanics as applied to magnetic storage devices. DLC: Magnetic recorders and recording.

  • Magnetic Disk Drive Technology: Heads,...
    cover   Magnetic Disk Drive Technology: Heads,...
    Electrical Engineering Magnetic Disk Drive Technology Heads, Media, Channel, Interfaces, and Integration This cutting-edge, applications-oriented book will take you from basic academic knowledge about magnetics to a proficient understanding of the most recent advances in magnetic disk drives used for computer storage. Limiting theory and mathematics to the essentials, Magnetic Disk Drive Technology presents an in-depth and highly illustrated treatment of hands-on engineering practice. The topics covered will be relevant to the disk drive industry well into the next decade.

  • An Introduction to Direct Access Storage...
    cover   An Introduction to Direct Access Storage...
    Presents an exposition of the technology, design organization, and structure of disk drives, a discussion of the evolution of magnetic recording and an assessment of other storage technologies, including optical recording. Asumes a minimum knowledge in magnetic recording, servomechanism design, and coding. For computer scientists and electrical and mechanical engineers.

  • The CD-ROM Drive - A Brief System...
    cover   The CD-ROM Drive - A Brief System...
    Describes all system aspects of the design of a CD-ROM drive. Discusses the various subsystems of a CD-ROM drive and their functionality separately, covering mechanical, optical, and electrical aspects as well as control and information processing properties. New aspects relating to high- and very-high speed drives are introduced, and issues relating to drive benchmarking and performance are discussed. Other areas covered include decoding circuitry, the CD-ROM data path, and system parameters. Can be understood by both specialists and students.

  • Handbook of Magneto-Optical Data...
    cover   Handbook of Magneto-Optical Data...
    Handbook of Magneto-Optical Data Recording: Materials, Subsystems, Techniques

  • High-Density Magnetic Recording and...
    cover High-Density Magnetic Recording and...
    Papers from an April 1998 symposium are arranged, as was the symposium, in two sections, the first on materials for high-density magnetic recording<-->head materials for write transducers and readback sensors; and integrated magneto-optics<-->materials and devices. The first section comprises contributions in such areas as high moment pole materials; anisotropic magnetoresistance, giant magnetoresistance, and exchange materials; spin tunnel junctions; microstructual issues in longitudinal recording media; thermal stability; novel structures; and nanotribology of wear layers. The second section contains papers on garnet materials for integrated photonics<-->fabrication and processing, and devices; magneto-optic recording media; and diluted magnetic semiconductors and other materials.

  • Magneto-Optical Recording Materials
    cover   Magneto-Optical Recording Materials
    A practical, detailed guide to materials design and selection for magneto-optical storage media. An introduction to the subject is followed by chapters discussing rare earth-transition metal amorphous alloy media; new MO recording media based on Pt-Co and Pd/Co multilayers and Pt-Co alloys; garnet media; intermetallic compounds and ferrites; domain dynamics and recording physics in magneto-optical recording media; exchange-coupled films; light intensity modulation direct overwrite; magnetically induced superresolution; magneto-optical recording systems; and DVD format. Suitable as a reference and as a textbook for a graduate level course or for a short course for professionals in the field of magnetic recording. Requires undergraduate level education in engineering or physical science

  • Designing a Total Data Solution: ...
    cover   Designing a Total Data Solution: ...
    This collection of 37 chapters provides advice for chief information officers considering a major financial investment in a new data storage system. The contributors explain the components that make up the total cost of ownership along with the impact of integrating current technology changes.

  • Holy Grail of Data Storage Management,...
    cover   Holy Grail of Data Storage Management,...
    Based on extensive interviews with industry leaders, The Holy Grail of Data Storage Management provides a concise glimpse of the present state and future direction of enterprise databases. This authoritative and enthusiastically written text can benefit any IT professional working with databases at...

  • Redundant Disk Arrays: Reliable,...
    cover Redundant Disk Arrays: Reliable,...
    Gibson reviews the performance advantages of striping data across multiple disks, evaluates the performance lost to the maintenance of redundant data, provides evidence that disk lifetimes can be modeled as exponential random variables, and develops and applies analytic models of data reliability in redundant disk arrays suffering dependent failure modes and featuring on-line space disks.

  • Storage Area Networks: Designing and...
    cover   Storage Area Networks: Designing and...
    Provides the information technology professional with an overview of what Storage Area Networks (SANs) are, what they can do, and how they overcome the critical limitations of earlier data storage systems. Topics covered include Fibre Channel (the key enabling technology for SANs, administration...

  • Ferromagnetism
    cover   Ferromagnetism
    An IEEE Press classic reissue (of the 1951 Van Nostrand original). Addresses the interests and needs of physicists researching ferromagnetic phenomena, those engaged in the development of new magnetic materials, and of engineers dealing with the properties and behavior of these materials to be used...

  • Magneto-Resistive Heads: Fundamentals...
    cover   Magneto-Resistive Heads: Fundamentals...
    The second edition of Magneto-Resistive and Spin Valve Heads: Fundamentals and Applications brings the book up to date, including much new material that was virtually unknown at the time of the first edition. The book begins with chapters covering the basics of magnetism, magnetic materials, and the writing and inductive reading processes, as well as the anisotropic and giant magneto-resistive effects. The following chapters cover methods used to produce the necessary magnetic biasing fields,...

  • From Silicon Valley to Singapore:...
    cover   From Silicon Valley to Singapore:...
    Explains how decisions about location helped US firms achieve global dominance in the hard disk drive industry. Details how American firms were able to develop two complementary industry clusters, with fundamental research and product development concentrated in the US (principally California), and...

  • From Silicon Valley to Singapore:...
    cover   From Silicon Valley to Singapore:...
    Momentous developments in the global economy over the last two decades have dramatically increased the availability of industrial investment sites and lowered the cost of relocating core activities to new countries. But how should these developments be exploited for competitive advantage? Firms face competing pressures: scale economies and the advantages of proximity push them to concentrate activities in one or only a few locations, while low wages and new markets invite dispersal across...

  • The Innovator's Dilemma: When New...
    cover   The Innovator's Dilemma: When New...
    What do the Honda Supercub, Intel's 8088 processor, and hydraulic excavators have in common? They are all examples of disruptive technologies that helped to redefine the competitive landscape of their respective markets. These products did not come about as the result of successful companies...

  • The Book of SCSI: I/O for the New Millennium
    cover   The Book of SCSI: I/O for the New Millennium
    The Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) family of hardware interconnection standards, viewed mainly (but not entirely) in great detail. An overview of SCSI (with special focus on the SCSI-3 standard), along with coverage of cables and terminators, software device drivers, RAID implementations under SCSI, and troubleshooting hints. The Advanced SCSI Programming Interface (ASPI) tutorial and reference is great, as is the practical comparison of IDE and SCSI disks.

  •  

    Information Request Form

    Select the items that apply, and then let us know how to contact you.

    Send service literature
    Send company literature
    Have a salesperson contact me

    Name
    Title
    Company
    Address
    E-mail
    Phone


    You can upgrade your browser from two of the three links below.

    Send mail to webmaster@recoverdata.com with questions or comments about this web site.
    Copyright 2002 Total Peripheral Repair - AAA Computer - RestEZ-PC
    Last modified: 08/11/03