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The storage capacity of a single-layer DVD is seven times higher than that of a CD BD further improves on DVD capacity by reducing the laser spot size with smaller wavelength (26 increase) and a more tightly focused beam (2 increase), resulting in more than five times the capacity At the reference 1 linear velocity of 4917 m/s, Blu-ray discs spin about 14 times faster than DVDs but, because of the higher data density, the data rate is 35965 Mbps, over three times faster than DVD s 1108 Mbps and over 29 times faster than CD s 123 Mbps However, to handle the high data rate requirements of video and audio, discs are played at a minimum of 15 times reference velocity, giving a data rate of 53947 Mbps, about 48 times faster than DVD
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The Joint Technical Committee (JTC) is responsible for the development of the technical specifications and is subdivided into five Technical Expert Groups (TEGs) that cover the various aspects of the format (Table 61)
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Table 61 Blu-ray Disc Association Technical Expert Groups
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Physical specification for BD-RE (rewritable) AV application Physical specification for BD-ROM (pre-recorded) Physical specification for BD-R (recordable) File system and command set
To ensure that all products released into the market have been properly tested and are compliant with the technical specifications, the Compliance Committee is tasked with creating test procedures for each product category The third committee is the Promotions Committee, which is responsible for marketing the format in various geographical locations around the globe All of these committees report to the BDA s Board of Directors (BoD), which consists of representatives from all key contributor companies The BoD sets the overall strategy, discusses major issues and approves key decisions Beyond the division into three physical formats (BD-ROM, BD-R, and BD-RE), the specification for each format is further broken down into three parts j the physical specifications defining various parameters of the disc, j the file system requirements, and j the application formats Though some of the specifications are continually being updated, table 62 lists the most recent versions of each specification book (see Figure B3 for a diagram of relationships) Table 62 Blu-ray Disc Association Specification Books
Book Physical File System Application
BD-RE (rewritable) BD-R (recordable) BD-ROM
Part 1 (Ver 212), Nov 2007 Part 1 (Ver 122), Nov 2007 Part 1 (Ver 132), Nov 2007
Part 2 (Ver 211), Oct 2007 Part 2 (Ver 111), Oct 2007 Part 2 (Ver 121), Oct 2007 BD-R/RE Part 2
Part 3 (Ver 302), Oct 2007
Part 3 (Ver 22), Dec 2007 AVCREC Part 3 (Ver 10)
AVCREC (BDAV DVD-R/-RW on recordable DVD) -RAM/+R/+RW Parts 1
With every new technology comes a number of acronyms that can be very intimidating and confusing; naturally, it is no different with Blu-ray Disc In fact, as the format evolved, about a dozen acronyms with BD in the name were used, making it very difficult to stay on track with what is being talked about To help with some of these acronyms, table 63 deciphers the BD alphabet soup
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