IEC 62403-2005 pdf – High density recording format on CD-R/RW disc systems – HD-BURN format.
1 Scope This International Standard specifies the HD-BURN format applied to CD-R/RW discs. The HD-BURN system is capable of recording the information in double density compared to the conventional CD-R/RW disc. It enables the realization of products with high reliability, high speed and interchangeability, and is especially suitable for consumer applications with high cost-performance. This document describes: – the physical characteristics for the recording and playback; – the track structure of a disc; – the data structure in the track; – logical format structure. 2 Normative references The following references are indispensable for the application of this document. For dated references, only the cited edition applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies. IEC 60908, Audio recording –Compact disc digital audio system ISO/IEC 16448:2002, Information technology – 120 mm DVD – Read-only disk ISO/IEC 20563, Information technology – 80 mm (1,23 Gbytes per side) and 120 mm ( 3,95 Gbytes per side) DVD-recordable disc (DVD-R) IEC 62291:2002, Multimedia data storage – Application program interface for UDF based file systems ISO 9660:1988, Volume and file structure of CD-ROM for Information Interchange ISO/IEC 13346-1:1995, Information technology – Volume and file structure of write-once and rewritable media using non-sequential recording for information interchange – Part 1: General The Red Book: Compact disk digital Audio System Description Version, May 1999 Sony/Philips The Orange Book part2: Recordable compact disk systems, Part2 CD-R Version 3.1, Sony/Philips The Orange Book part 3: Recordable compact disk system, Part3 CD-RW Volume 3, Ultra- Speed Ver 1.0 NOTE The Red book and Orange book can be obtained from Sony/Philips.
3.11 Reed-Solomon product code RSPC method of an error correction code, which corrects errors by multiple bits 3.12 sector smallest addressable part of a track in the information zone of a disc that can be accessed independently of other addressable parts 3.13 session area on the disc consisting of lead-in area, program area and lead-out area 3.14 synchronization frame group of 1488 channel bits, which is representing a synchronization pattern 3.15 temporary program memory area TPMA area, which is used for intermediate storage 3.16 track path, which is followed by the focus of the optical beam during one revolution of the disc 4 Convention and notations 4.1 Representation of numbers A measured value is rounded off to the least significant digit of the corresponding specified value. It implies that a specified value of 1,26 with a positive tolerance of +0,01, and a negative tolerance of –0,02 allows a range of measured values from 1,235 to 1,275. – Letters and digits in parentheses represent numbers in hexadecimal notation. – The setting of a bit is denoted by ZERO or ONE. – Numbers in binary notation and bit combinations are represented by strings of 0 and 1. – Numbers in binary notation and bit combinations are shown with the most significant bit to the left. – Negative values of numbers in binary notation are given in Two’s complement. – In each field the data is recorded so that the most significant byte (byte 0) is recorded first. Within each byte the least significant bit is numbered 0 and is recorded first, the most significant bit (numbered 7 in an 8-bit byte) is recorded last. This order of recording applies also to the data input of the error detection and correction circuits and to their output.
6.2 Unrecorded disc 6.2.1 Unrecorded CD-R disc Unrecorded CD-R disc fulfils the requirements as written in the Disc Specification of the Orange Book, part 2. 6.2.2 Unrecorded CD-RW disc Unrecorded CD-RW disc fulfils the requirements as written in the Disc Specification of the Orange Book, part 3. 6.3 Recorded disc 6.3.1 Recorded CD-R disc Recorded CD-R disc fulfils the requirements as written in the Disc Specification of the Orange Book, part 2. 6.3.2 Recorded CD-RW disc Recorded CD-RW disc fulfils the requirements as written in the Disc Specification of the Orange Book, part 3. 7 Mechanical and physical characteristics 7.1 Mechanical parameters Refer to IEC 60908, Clause 5: Mechanical parameters 7.2 Optical parameters Refer to IEC 60908, Clause 6: Optical parameters 7.3 Recording parameters Refer to IEC 60908, Clause 7: Recording parameters 8 Disc format 8.1 Track format 8.1.1 General description of track format The track structure of CD-R/RW disc and HD-BURN disc is shown in the Figure 1.