Advanced Digital Recording
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Advanced Digital Recording (ADR) is a magnetic tape data storage format developed by OnStream from 1998 to 2003. Since the demise of OnStream, the format has been orphaned. ADR is an 8-track, linear tape format.
|Generation||ADR 30||ADR 50||ADR 2.60||ADR 2.120|
|Data Capacity||15 GB||25 GB||30 GB||60 GB|
|Transfer Rate (MB/s)||2||2||4||4|
|Tape Length (m)|
- Table of ADR formats.
- The tribology of advanced digital recording (ADR) systems[dead link] (Subscription required)
- Future directions in advanced digital recording technology[dead link] (Subscription required)
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