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Double Density usually refers to a physical format in a magnetic storage system that uses twice as many bits per length unit as the basic format.
Currently (2003) used 3.5" floppy disks are high density , which doubles the capacity and bit density of double density.
The term double density can also be applied to magnetic tapes.
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