Pioneer Creates 16-layer Disc With 400 GB Capacity

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However, multiple layers weaken signals from each recording layer and the industry has found it to be increasingly difficult to receive clear signals in a stable manner within multi-layer discs due to crosstalk from adjacent layers and transmission loss. Pioneer claims it has solved this problem using a disc structure that can reduce crosstalk from adjacent layers as well as a wide-range spherical aberration compensator and light-receiving element that can read out weak signals at a high signal-to-noise ratio in the optical pick-up mechanism.
Reduce. What are the metrics from the original and from the Pioneer? They should try transparent media and use flourecing dyes... oh wait, it's already been done, quite successfully if I may add. It's called Fluorescent Multilayer Disc. Too bad since the powers-that-be purposely placed it out of reach of the consumer. Think of all the movies we can put in it if it were made available to the general public.

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