Juggling memories bring teletext to Chinese screens

November 1991
New Scientist;11/9/91, Vol. 132 Issue 1794, p26
Reports that British engineers working for the Dutch company Philips at its semiconductor design center in Southampton came up with a system which can display all the Chinese ideograms as well as Western characters on television screens. Testing of the system during the Asian games held in Beijing; Description of how the system works; Transmitted signal made by Philips Semiconductors.


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