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History[ edit ] An earlier analog optical disc recorded in for Licht-Tone Orgel sampling organ This article possibly contains original research.
Please improve it by verifying the claims made and adding inline citations. Statements consisting only of original research should be removed. July The first recorded historical use of an optical disc was in when Alexander Graham BellChichester Bell and Charles Sumner Tainter recorded sound on a glass disc using a beam of light.
This form of optical disc was a very early form of the DVD U.
It is of special interest that U. American inventor James T. Russell has been credited with inventing the first system to record a digital signal on an optical transparent foil which is lit from behind by a high-power halogen lamp.
Russell's patent application was first filed in and he was granted a patent in In the Netherlands inPhilips Research physicistPieter Kramer invented an optical videodisc in reflective mode with a protective layer read by a focused laser beam U.
Patent 5,filedissued Kramer's physical format is used in all optical discs. InPhilips and MCA began to work together, and incommercially much too late, they presented their long-awaited Laserdisc in Atlanta. MCA delivered the discs and Philips the players. However, the presentation was a commercial failure, and the cooperation ended.
In Japan and the U. InPhilips and Sonyin consortium, successfully developed the audio compact disc. The recording system utilized blue light at nm to record and red light at Development of the WORM technology was continued using 14" diameter aluminum substrates. Beta testing of the disk drives, originally labeled the Laser Storage Drive LSDwas only moderately successful.
The STC disks utilized a sealed cartridge with an optical window for protection U. The same year, Sony demonstrated a LaserDisc data storage format, with a larger data capacity of 3.
Although this technology was written up in Video Pro Magazine's December issue promising "the death of the tape", it was never marketed. In the mids, a consortium of manufacturers Sony, Philips, ToshibaPanasonic developed the second generation of the optical disc, the DVD.
So, there was the need of finding some more data storing techniques. As a result, it was found that by using optical means large data storing devices can be made which in turn gave rise to the optical discs.
The very first application of this kind was the Compact Disc CD which was used in audio systems. Sony and Philips developed the first generation of the CDs in the mids with the complete specifications for these devices. With the help of this kind of technology the possibility of representing the analog signal into digital signal was exploited to a great level.
For this purpose, the bit samples of the analog signal were taken at the rate of 44, samples per second. This sample rate was based on the Nyquist rate of 40, samples per second required to capture the audible frequency range to 20 kHz without aliasing, with an additional tolerance to allow the use of less-than-perfect analog audio pre-filters to remove any higher frequencies.
The third generation optical disc was developed in — and was introduced as Blu-ray Disc. First movies on Blu-ray Discs were released in June Comparison of various optical storage media First-generation[ edit ] Initially, optical discs were used to store broadcast-quality analog video, and later digital media such as music or computer software.
The LaserDisc format stored analog video signals for the distribution of home videobut commercially lost to the VHS videocassette format, due mainly to its high cost and non-re-recordability; other first-generation disc formats were designed only to store digital data and were not initially capable of use as a digital video medium.
Most first-generation disc devices had an infrared laser reading head. The minimum size of the laser spot is proportional to the wavelength of the laser, so wavelength is a limiting factor upon the amount of information that can be stored in a given physical area on the disc.
The infrared range is beyond the long-wavelength end of the visible light spectrum, so it supports less density than shorter-wavelength visible light. One example of high-density data storage capacity, achieved with an infrared laser, is MB of net user data for a 12 cm compact disc.
Other factors that affect data storage density include:You must use an account with full hardware access to create the DBAN boot media.
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