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ITU-R - CCIR TELEVISION SYSTEMS - TELEVISION SYSTEMS USED AROUND THE WORLD Organization: ITU-R
ITU-R INFORME BT.2043 SP - ANALOGUE TELEVISION SYSTEMS CURRENTLY IN USE THROUGHOUT THE WORLD Organization: ITU-R
Date: 2004-01-01
ITU-R RAPPORT BT.2043 FR - ANALOGUE TELEVISION SYSTEMS CURRENTLY IN USE THROUGHOUT THE WORLD Organization: ITU-R
Date: 2004-01-01
ITU-R REPORT BT.2043 - ANALOGUE TELEVISION SYSTEMS CURRENTLY IN USE THROUGHOUT THE WORLD Organization: ITU-R
Date: 2004-01-01
EU - 89/630/EEC - COUNCIL DECISION ON THE COMMON ACTION TO BE TAKEN BY THE MEMBER STATES WITH RESPECT TO THE ADOPTION OF A SINGLE WORLD-WIDE HIGH- DEFINITION TELEVISION PRODUCTION STANDARD BY THE PLENARY ASSEMBLY OF THE INTERNATIONAL RADIO CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE (CCIR) IN 1990 Organization: EU
Date: 1989-01-01
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.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-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.
ITU-R REPORT RA.2195 - THE TRANSITION TO DIGITAL TELEVISION AND ITS IMPACT ON THE UNPROTECTED USE BY THE RADIO ASTRONOMY SERVICE OF BANDS USED FOR TERRESTRIAL TELEVISION BROADCASTING Organization: ITU-R
Date: 2010-10-01
Description: Some aspects may improve the ability to make passive observations in the TV bands. Annex 1 summarizes the plans for the transition to digital television for several countries around the world with current radio astronomy programmes operating within bands used for terrestrial television broadcasting, and for countries of strategic importance to future radio astronomy stations presently under design and development that intend to utilize such bands.
ITU-R REPORT BS.795 - TRANSMISSION OF TWO OR MORE SOUND PROGRAMMES OR INFORMATION CHANNELS IN TELEVISION Organization: ITU-R
Date: 1990-01-01
Description: Studies conducted since 1959 have led to the development of several different methods of adding additional sound channels and data transmissions to television systems in use throughout the world. Some of these systems have been implemented with two being recommended, see Recommendation 707 and two being proposed in Appendices I and II to Annex I to this report.
ITU-T J.122 - SECOND-GENERATION TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS FOR INTERACTIVE CABLE TELEVISION SERVICES – IP CABLE MODEMS - STUDY GROUP 9 Organization: ITU-T
Date: 2007-12-01
Description: One technology option is based on the downstream multi-programme television distribution that is deployed using 6 MHz channelling, and supports upstream transmission in the 5-42 MHz region.
ITU-R REPORT BT.2215 - MEASUREMENTS OF PROTECTION RATIOS AND OVERLOAD THRESHOLDS FOR BROADCAST TV RECEIVERS Organization: ITU-R
Date: 2011-05-01
Description: The aim of the Report is to establish test procedures together with measurement results to assist in network planning and sharing studies for the co-existence of TV broadcasting, with either mobile services, or other services and applications.
ETSI - EN 302 878-2 - ACCESS, TERMINALS, TRANSMISSION AND MULTIPLEXING (ATTM); THIRD GENERATION TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS FOR INTERACTIVE CABLE TELEVISION SERVICES - IP CABLE MODEMS; PART 2: PHYSICAL LAYER; DOCSIS 3.0 - V1.1.1 Organization: ETSI
Date: 2011-11-01
Description: One technology option is based on the downstream multi-program television distribution that is deployed in North America using 6 MHz channelling.
ITU-R REPORT BT.2069 - TUNING RANGES AND OPERATIONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF TERRESTRIAL ELECTRONIC NEWS GATHERING (ENG), TELEVISION OUTSIDE BROADCAST (TVOB) AND ELECTRONIC FIELD PRODUCTION (EFP) SYSTEMS Organization: ITU-R
Date: 2009-11-01
Description: Introduction This Report provides information on the current status of terrestrial electronic news gathering (ENG), television outside broadcast (TVOB) and electronic field production (EFP) systems.
ETSI - EN 302 878-3 - ACCESS, TERMINALS, TRANSMISSION AND MULTIPLEXING (ATTM); THIRD GENERATION TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS FOR INTERACTIVE CABLE TELEVISION SERVICES - IP CABLE MODEMS; PART 3: DOWNSTREAM RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFACE; DOCSIS 3.0 - V1.1.1 Organization: ETSI
Date: 2011-11-01
Description: One technology option is based on the downstream multi-program television distribution that is deployed in North America using 6 MHz channelling.
ITU-R REPORT BT.2160 - FEATURES OF THREE-DIMENSIONAL TELEVISION VIDEO SYSTEMS FOR BROADCASTING Organization: ITU-R
Date: 2010-10-01
Description: The regulatory and policy functions of the Radiocommunication Sector are performed by World and Regional Radiocommunication Conferences and Radiocommunication Assemblies supported by Study Groups.
ITU-R REPORT BT.2143 - BOUNDARY COVERAGE ASSESSMENT OF DIGITAL TERRESTRIAL TELEVISION BROADCASTING SIGNALS Organization: ITU-R
Date: 2010-10-01
Description: The regulatory and policy functions of the Radiocommunication Sector are performed by World and Regional Radiocommunication Conferences and Radiocommunication Assemblies supported by Study Groups.
ITU-T J.65 - STANDARD TEST SIGNAL FOR CONVENTIONAL LOADING OF A TELEVISION CHANNEL - STUDY GROUP CMTT Organization: ITU-T
Date: 1978-02-01
Description: The ITU-T is responsible for studying technical, operating and tariff questions and issuing Recommendations on them with a view to standardizing telecommunications on a worldwide basis. The World Telecommunication Standardization Conference (WTSC), which meets every four years, established the topics for study by the ITU-T Study Groups which, in their turn, produce Recommendations on these topics.
ITU-R REPORT BO.631 - FREQUENCY SHARING BETWEEN THE BROADCASTING-SATELLITE SERVICE (SOUND AND TELEVISION) AND TERRESTRIAL SERVICES Organization: ITU-R
Date: 1990-01-01
Description: Introduction Under the Radio Regulations, as revised by the World Administrative Radio Conference, Geneva, 1979, the broadcasting-satellite service has allocations, or is permitted to operate, under certain conditions in the following bands, all shared with other services: — 620 to 790 MHz, which is mainly used by the fixed, mobile, and terrestrial broadcasting services; 2500 to 2690 MHz to be shared with the fixed, mobile, broadcasting and fixed-satellite services; — 11.7 to 12.5 GHz in Region I to be shared with the fixed and broadcasting services on a primary basis (and with the mobile service on a secondary basis); — 11.7 to 12.2 GHz in Region 3 where it is to be shared with the fixed, mobile and broadcasting services; — 12.2 to 12.70 G Hz in Region 2, shared with the fixed, mobile and broadcasting services; — 12.5 to 12.75 GHz in Region 3 shared with the fixed, mobile and fixed-satellite services; — 22.5 to 23 GHz in Regions 2 and 3, where it is to be shared with the fixed and mobile services (and, in the upper 0.45 GHz of that band, with the inter-satellite service); — 40.5 to 42.5 GHz to be shared with the broadcasting service on a permitted basis; and — 84 to 86 GHz to be shared with the fixed, mobile, and broadcasting services, except that these services cannot cause harmful interference to broadcasting-satellite earth stations operating in accordance with a plan yet to be adopted by a subsequent Administrative Radio Conference.
ETSI - TS 103 161-2 - ACCESS, TERMINALS, TRANSMISSION AND MULTIPLEXING (ATTM); INTEGRATED BROADBAND CABLE AND TELEVISION NETWORKS; IPCABLECOM 1.5; PART 2: ARCHITECTURAL FRAMEWORK FOR THE DELIVERY OF TIME CRITICAL SERVICES OVER CABLE TELEVISION NETWORKS USING CABLE MODEMS - V1.1.1 Organization: ETSI
Date: 2011-10-01
Description: This online revolution is demonstrated by the widespread use of email, chat groups, music, video, and the explosive growth of the World Wide Web for entertainment, information exchange, online commerce, and a wide range of new and innovative services.

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