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For the constant angular velocity (CAV) system, the number of bits per track is constant. At a constant linear velocity (CLV), the disk rotates more slowly for accesses near the outer edge than for those near the center. Thus, the capacity of a track and the rotational delay both increase for positions nearer the outer edge of the disk.

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