Unified Emulator Format
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The Unified Emulator Format (UEF) is a format used to store raw tape, disk, and ROM data from Acorn computers, including Kansas City Standard data cassettes, in a computer file suitable for storage and transfer on modern systems and networks. Since some other computer systems (e.g., the SOL-20) also use the Kansas City standard for cassettes, this format will also serve to archive cassette data for them, similarly to how a Tap file encodes Commodore cassettes.
- UEF specs
- Wikipedia article
- Acorn cassette format - covers physical and signal layers in addition to describing the block layer relevant to UEF images