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Thursday, July 13, 2006
Eclipse Offers Blu-ray Recordable Formats
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Eclipse has expanded the capability of their all-in-one ESP7000 formatter with the addition of a BD-R/RE module.
The recordable Blu-ray module adds to an ever-growing list of format modules available on the ESP7000 making it one of the most complete and flexible glass mastering formatter available in the world.
Other available recordable formats include: HD DVD-R/W/RAM including AACS support, DVD-R/RW/RAM, DVD+R/RW and CD-R/RW.
The ESP7000 is recognized as a superior product for recordable and prerecorded next-generation formats such as Blue-ray and HD. It is already being used in many factories around the world in both development and production environments.
Contributing to the success of the ESP7000 are its high-signal quality and programmability. Housed in a separate isolated enclosure; its low-noise electronics are not subject to electrical noise found inside PCs. This low noise environment contributes to ESP7000?s extremely low jitter.
Every ESP7000 comes standard with two programmable wobble channels and two high-speed data channels. All channels are synchronized to one master clock programmable up to 235MHz (9R DVD rate). The ESP7000 has been integrated to all popular LBR types.
ESP7000 recordable modules include an advanced three-section pulse shaping feature that provides high resolution power control and pit width adjustment. Both timing and amplitude can be adjusted in 0.1% increments. Even greater process optimization can be accomplished by using the built-in intersymbol interference compensation. This feature allows pits to be shaped based on preceding and succeeding land lengths. Pulse shaping parameters can also be varied by radius.
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