"Double density" (DD or 2D) doubles capacity over SD by replacing FM encoding with an improved line code, such as modified frequency modulation (MFM), modified modified frequency modulation (M²FM), FM/MFM or group coded recording (GCR).
The Minnesota Fishing Museum (MFM) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving the heritage and history of freshwater fishing in Minnesota.
IBM began introducing the more efficient modified frequency modulation, or MFM, starting in 1970.
After seeing out his six-month Elkanemi contract, he signed a two-year deal with MFM FC.
Amiga uses MFM encoding/decoding by default when handling floppy disks.
In October 2003, MFM established its first public fund, MFM Global Convertible Bonds (CHF), with the Swiss Franc as its reference currency.
He is the all-time top scorer for MFM in the Nigerian Professional Football League, the highest football league level in Nigeria. Odey was the highest goalscorer for MFM in the 2015–16 season.
Mothers and Fathers Matter (MFM) was a campaign group in Ireland which was formed in September 2014 to oppose the Children and Family Relationships Bill.
While the 8-bit machines were first being introduced, the first MFM double-density drive controllers were appearing, allowing the same disks to store twice as much data, 180 kB.
A 1571 cannot boot from MFM disks; the user must boot CP/M from a GCR disk and then switch to MFM disks.
Magnetic force microscopy (MFM) is a variety of atomic force microscopy, in which a sharp magnetized tip scans a magnetic sample; the tip-sample magnetic interactions are detected and used to reconstruct the magnetic structure of the sample surface.
Until 1998, MFM was controlled by the RMC Group. The station was then acquired by LV & Co who were owned by Gérard Louvin. After the purchase, Montmartre FM became known simply as MFM.
MFM is used with a data rate of 250–500 kbit/s (500–1000 kbit/s encoded) on industry-standard [...] -inch and [...] -inch ordinary and high-density floppy diskettes.
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