High Definition TV Analog Component Video Interface
|Publication Date:||1 June 2013|
This standard defines two raster-scanning systems for the representation of stationary or moving twodimensional images sampled temporally at a constant frame rate. The first image format specified is 1280 x 720 samples (pixels) inside a total raster of 750 lines, as given in Table 1. The second image format specified is 1920 x 1080 samples (pixels) inside a total raster of 1125 lines, as given in Table 1. Both image formats shall have an aspect ratio of 16:9. This standard specifies an analog interface having Y', P'B, P'R color encoding.
Table 1 presents all the permissible scanning systems for this standard. A compliant interface shall implement one or more of these scanning systems.
The intended uses of this interface should be:
a) For interconnection between High Definition Television (HDTV) Receiver Decoder set top boxes and compatible television receivers or monitors.
b) For interconnection between HDTV Digital Cable TV set top boxes (STBs) or Satellite DBS Receiver Decoders, and compatible television receivers or monitors.
c) For interconnection of equipment to complete, self-contained analog component video systems of relatively small size.
This standard applies to signals carried on the connectors described in Section 9 and may not apply to component signals carried on other types of connectors.
Annex A (informative) contains information concerning raster apertures.