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ITU-T SUPP 4 SERIE J FR - TERMINOLOGY FOR NEW SERVICES IN TELEVISION AND SOUND-PROGRAMME TRANSMISSION Organization: ITU-T
Date: 1999-09-01
ITU-T SUPP 4 SERIE J SP - TERMINOLOGY FOR NEW SERVICES IN TELEVISION AND SOUND-PROGRAMME TRANSMISSION Organization: ITU-T
Date: 1999-09-01
SAI - SAA AS/NZS 4414 - GHOST-CANCELLING REFERENCE SIGNAL FOR AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND PAL TELEVISION BROADCASTING SYSTEMS Organization: SAI
SNZ AS/NZS 4414 - GHOST-CANCELLING REFERENCE SIGNAL FOR AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND PAL TELEVISION BROADCASTING SYSTEMS Organization: SNZ
Date: 1996-01-01
ITU-T SUPP 4 SERIES J - TERMINOLOGY FOR NEW SERVICES IN TELEVISION AND SOUND-PROGRAMME TRANSMISSION SERIES J: TRANSMISSION OF TELEVISION, SOUND PROGRAMME AND OTHER MULTIMEDIA SIGNALS - STUDY GROUP 9 Organization: ITU-T
Date: 1999-09-01
EU - 97/C 196/09 - SUPPORT FROM THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION FOR NEW RADIO INITIATIVES AND FOR INITIATIVES CONCERNING EUROPEAN AND MULTILINGUAL TELEVISION CHANNELS CALL FOR PROPOSALS 1997 Organization: EU
Date: 1997-06-26
ITU-R - 717 - (WITHDRAWN) TOLERANCES FOR TRANSMISSION TIME DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE VISION AND SOUND COMPONENTS OF A TELEVISION SIGNAL - SECTION CMTT E - TRANSMISSION OF SIGNALS WITH MULTIPLEXING OF VIDEO, SOUND AND DATA, AND SIGNALS OF NEW SYSTEMS Organization: ITU-R
Date: 1990-01-01
ITU-R - 572 - (WITHDRAWN) TRANSMISSION OF ONE SOUND-PROGRAMME ASSOCIATED WITH AN ANALOGUE TELEVISION SIGNAL BY MEANS OF TIME-DIVISION MULTIPLEX IN THE LINE SYNCHRONIZING PULSE - SECTION CMTT E - TRANSMISSION OF SIGNALS WITH MULTIPLEXING OF VIDEO, SOUND AND DATA, AND SIGNALS OF NEW SYSTEMS Organization: ITU-R
Date: 1978-01-01
ITU-R REPORT BT.476 - COLORIMETRIC STANDARDS IN COLOUR TELEVISION Organization: ITU-R
Date: 1974-01-01
Description: Large screen, high-definition television is the target for the next step in television, and may bring about a new standard system which will be common throughout the world.
ITU-R REPORT BT.1220 - WIDER ASPECT RATIO TELEVISION SYSTEMS Organization: ITU-R
Date: 1990-01-01
Description: Introduction Television pictures wider than the conventional 4:3 aspect ratio have been available for many years through the medium of cinematographic film.
ITU-R REPORT BT.1077 - ENHANCED 4:3 ASPECT RATIO TELEVISION SYSTEMS Organization: ITU-R
Date: 1990-01-01
Description: New digital technology now offers storage, filtering and processing capabilities that will permit separate scanning standards for the picture source, emission and in the display, thereby providing increased quality through conventional television systems. New distribution media having wider bandwidth, such as broadcasting satellites, will permit new services with increased definition and wider aspect ratio's.
VA 27 41 31 - MASTER ANTENNA TELEVISION EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS Organization: VA
Date: 2009-08-01
Description: Work covered by this document includes design, engineering, labor, material, products, guarantee, training and services for, and incidental to the complete installation of new and fully operating NFPA listed Master Antenna Television (TV) equipment and systems as detailed herein.
ITU-R REPORT BT.801 - THE PRESENT STATE OF HIGH-DEFINITION TELEVISION Organization: ITU-R
Date: 1990-01-01
Description: Large screen, high-definition television is the target for the next step in television, and may bring about a new standard system which will be common throughout the world.
ITU-R REPORT BT.1223 - A LAYERED MODEL APPROACH FOR DIGITAL TELEVISION Organization: ITU-R
Date: 1990-01-01
Description: Introduction A description of the basic functions of a television information transfer may be performed in terms of a layered architecture complying with the one defined by ISO and CCITT in the OSI framework [Miceli, 1986; Fierro and Miceli, 1987].
ITU-R REPORT BT.2070 - BROADCASTING OF CONTENT PROTECTION SIGNALLING FOR TELEVISION Organization: ITU-R
Date: 2009-11-01
Description: Recent rapid evolution in the nature of consumer use of broadcast and internet services has changed many of the old assumptions made by broadcasters and television equipment manufacturers. Television broadcasts can now be easily recorded using high-capacity personal video recorders (PVRs), and this content can now be shared with others over high-speed internet connections or by burning to high-capacity removable media such as DVDs.
MCGRAW-HILL - STD HDBK VIDEO TV ENG - STANDARD HANDBOOK OF VIDEO AND TELEVISION ENGINEERING, FOURTH EDITION Organization: MCGRAW-HILL
Date: 2003-01-01
Description: THE industry standard reference for video engineering, completely updated with more than 50% new material. New chapters on video networking and digital television systems in the USA and Europe.
ITU-T J.901 - REQUIREMENTS FOR THE FREE VIEWPOINT TELEVISION (FTV) VIDEO TRANSMISSION SYSTEM - STUDY GROUP 9 Organization: ITU-T
Date: 2008-06-01
Description: FTV is an innovative technology that allows one to view a distant 3D world by freely changing the viewpoint. FTV will open a new era in the history of television since such a function has not yet been achieved by conventional TV technology.
ECIA - EIA TEP 131 - CRITERIA OF BULBS AND IMPLOSION PANELS FOR TELEVISION PICTURE TUBES Organization: ECIA
Date: 1966-01-01
Description: The individual items specified herein are, for the most part, those which are of some commercial interest within the United States at this time. Other television picture bulbs are being produced, new bulbs undoubtedly will be produced after this is issued, and the amount of commercial interest in different bulbs has been known to fluctuate considerably.
CTA - IS-6 - JOINT EIA/NCTA RECOMMENDED CABLE TELEVISION CHANNEL IDENTIFICATION PLAN - FORMERLY CEA EIA IS-6 Organization: CTA
Date: 1983-01-01
Description: INTRODUCTION In January of 1982 the Electronic Industries Association (EIA) and the National Cable Television Association (NCTA) formed a Joint Engineering committee to make an assessment of the problems related to the compatibility of cable hardware and television receivers, with emphasis on the technical and operational issues at stake.
CTA - EIA IS 6 - JOINT EIA/NCTA RECOMMENDED CABLE TELEVISION CHANNEL IDENTIFICATION PLAN - FORMERLY CEA EIA IS-6 Organization: CTA
Date: 1983-01-01
Description: INTRODUCTION In January of 1982 the Electronic industries Association (EIA) and the National Cable Television Association (NCTA) formed a Joint Engineering Committee to make an assessment of the problems related to the compatibility of cable hardware and television revivers, with emphasis on the technical and operational issues at stake.

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