Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers - ST 101:2003

For Motion-Picture Film (16-mm) — Perforated 2R-3000 — Magnetic Striping

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Organization: Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers
Publication Date: 14 December 2003
Status: active
Page(s): 1 - 2
ICS Code (Audio systems): 33.160.30
ICS Code (Cinematography in general): 37.060.01
ICS Code (Other standards related to cinematography): 37.060.99
ISBN (Online): 978-1-61482-303-2
DOI: 10.5594/SMPTE.ST101.2003
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This standard specifies the location and dimensions of the magnetic striping material applied to 16-mm motion-picture film with perforations along both edges to be used for both picture and... View More

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July 29, 2011
IEEE Guide for the Statistical Analysis of Thermal Life Test Data
Statistical analyses of data from thermally accelerated aging tests are described. The basis and use of statistical calculations are explained. Data analysis, estimation of the relationship between...
ST 101:2003
December 14, 2003
For Motion-Picture Film (16-mm) — Perforated 2R-3000 — Magnetic Striping
This standard specifies the location and dimensions of the magnetic striping material applied to 16-mm motion-picture film with perforations along both edges to be used for both picture and audio.
December 31, 1988
IEEE Guide for the Statistical Analysis of Thermal Life Test Data
Statistical analyses of data from thermally accelerated aging tests are described. The basis and use of statistical calculations are explained. Data analysis, estimation of the relationship between...
December 31, 1988
IEEE Guide for the Statistical Analysis of Thermal Life Test Data
Statistical analyses of data from thermally accelerated aging tests are described. The basis and use of statistical calculations are explained. Data analysis, estimation of the relationship between...
January 1, 1988
IEEE Guide for the Statistical Analysis of Thermal Life Test Data
Accelerated insulation test procedures usually call for a number of specimens to be aged at each of several temperatures appreciably above normal operating temperatures. High temperatures are chosen...
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