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AASHTO TVF - GUIDE FOR GEOMETRIC DESIGN OF TRANSIT FACILITIES ON HIGHWAYS AND STREETS
July 1, 2014 - AASHTO

PURPOSE AND SCOPE This guide provides a single, comprehensive reference of current practice in the geometric design of transit facilities on streets and highways. The facilities covered include: • Local buses, express buses, and bus rapid transit operating in mixed traffic, bus lanes, and...

EIA/CEA-819 - Cable Compatibility Requirements for Two-Way Digital Cable TV Systems
December 1, 2000 - CTA

This section sets forth the minimum requirements that a two-way cable TV system shall meet in order to support interactive and transactional services as well as baseline services provided to consumer-owned cable-compatible two-way digital TV receivers and other...

CTA-819 - Cable Compatibility Requirements for Two-way Digital Cable TV Systems
August 1, 2002 - CTA

EIA/CEA-819-A Part I sets forth the minimum requirements that a two-way cable TV system shall meet in order to support interactive and transactional services as well as baseline services provided to consumerowned cable-compatible two-way digital TV receivers and...

IEEE DIGITAL PROCESSING - DIGITAL PROCESSING HANDBOOK
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IEEE DIGITAL SYSTEMS-DES - DIGITAL SYSTEMS-DESIGN WITH VHDL AND SYNTHESIS
IEEE
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IEEE DIGITAL DESIGN - DIGITAL DESIGN AND MODELING WITH VHDL AND SYNTHESIS
IEEE
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IEEE CABLE MODEMS - CABLE MODEMS: TECHNOLOGIES AND APPLICATIONS
IEEE
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IEEE DIGITAL TRANSMISSION - DIGITAL TRANSMISSION ENGINEERING
IEEE
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ITU-T J.230 - Requirements for platform functionalities on the integration of cable STB and companion devices including mobile second screen devices
October 1, 2016 - ITU-T

The incorporation of companion mobile devices, also known as second screen devices, into the experience of watching television (TV) is a recent and rapidly evolving trend. The integration of these companion devices with digital cable set top box (STB) or TV terminals...

CTA-770.3 - High Definition TV Analog Component Video Interface
June 1, 2013 - CTA

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...

J-STD-42 - Emergency Alert Messaging for Cable
October 1, 2013 - CTA

This standard defines an Emergency Alert signaling method for use by cable TV systems to signal emergencies to digital receiving devices that are offered for retail sale. Such devices include digital settop boxes that are sold to consumers at retail, digital...

CTA-542 - Cable Television Channel Identification Plan
June 1, 2013 - CTA

This standard designates identification numbers for 6 MHz channel frequency allocations for 158 channels up to 1002 MHz, with a method of specifying higher channel numbers. This channel identification plan shall be used to establish the identity of 6 MHz wide RF channels carrying either analog or...

CTA-818 - Cable Compatibility Requirements
August 1, 2005 - CTA

CEA-818-E Part 1 sets forth the requirements that a cable TV system meets at each receiver interface in order to support baseline services provided to consumer-owned cable-compatible digital TV receivers and other cable-compatible consumer devices that...

ITU-R HDBK ON DIGITAL - Handbook Digital Radio-Relay Systems
January 1, 1996 - ITU-R
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EIA/CEA-818 - Cable Compatibility Requirements
April 1, 2001 - CTA

This section sets forth the minimum requirements that a cable TV system shall meet in order to support baseline services provided to consumer-owned cable-compatible digital TV receivers and other cablecompatible consumer devices that comply with the requirements...

ATIS 0100017 - Video Calibration for Reduced Reference Objective Video Quality
December 1, 2008 - ATIS

The methods presented in this standard belong to the class of Reduced Reference (RR) objective video quality estimation algorithms [1]. The methods can be utilized where one has access to both the source video and the corresponding destination, or processed video, of an end-to-end video...

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