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- Argon-ion laser produces high-definition video. Anderson, Stephen G. // Laser Focus World;Oct94, Vol. 30 Issue 10, p32
Reports on a laser-based high-definition video projection system developed for the advent of high-definition television in Europe by the Societe Europeene de Systemes Optiques. Ability of device to project an HDTV image onto a screen up to 15 meters away; Light source.
- The Strategic Path for Achieving Market Leadership within an Innovation-Driven Industry-The HDTV Case Example. Coffinet, Jean-Pierre; Nemec Jr., Joseph // Interfaces;Jul/Aug92, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p49
A winning competitive strategy for an innovation like high definition TV depends on formulating a proper long-term vision of an accessible market goal and of the possible paths leading to it. Two dimensions are of major importance in selecting the optimum path: the importance of barriers to the...
- The proof of the pudding. Nixon, Neil // IBE: International Broadcast Engineer;Jan/Feb2006, p5
Ponders on the emergence of high definition (HD) television in Europe in 2006. Factors that will contribute to the popularity of HD television; Predictions on the use of HD television in Great Britain according to Sky.
- Digital and HDTV in 2010. Mercer, David // Broadcast Engineering;Dec99, Vol. 41 Issue 14, p74
Forecast the development of technology in broadcasting. Consumers reaction to the trend in the television industry; Views on the impact of digital system to television; How high definition technology will affect television programming and transmission.
- Wavelet data compression. Langreth, Robert; Free, John // Popular Science;Jun92, Vol. 240 Issue 6, p67
Focuses on the efforts of electrical engineer Martin Vetterli to create a television signal that works on both high-definition television (HDTV) sets and older sets. His solution--a multi-resolution television signal based on a new mathematical theory called wavelets; How the system works;...
- Shrinking HDTV costs. Free, John // Popular Science;Jun92, Vol. 240 Issue 6, p68
Comments on the high costs of high-definition television sets in Japan. Successful developments by Fujitsu Ltd. that are bringing prices down; Expectation that Japan's famed miniaturization techniques will further reduce size and cost of television decoders; Research details.
- The Genius box. Steinberg, Don // GQ: Gentlemen's Quarterly;Aug96, Vol. 66 Issue 8, p78
Discusses high-definition television as the TV of the future. High-fidelity, life-like images, and other versatile qualities; Disadvantages pertaining to price; Necessity for upgrades for enjoying its varied features. INSET: How to watch tv like an expert..
- High-definition TV's new direction. Slovick, Murray // Popular Mechanics;Jul94, Vol. 171 Issue 7, p90
Reports on developments in the digital high-definition television (HDTV) technology. Decision to use a signal transmission system developed by Zenith; Possible effect of the HDTV standard being developed by an industry-wide Grand Alliance of TV manufacturers on the existing standard National...
- Selling definition. Prophet, Graham // EDN Europe;Apr2001, Vol. 46 Issue 4, p25
Presents high definition television (DTV) in the United States. Argumentation on the prospects of DTV; Description on picture quality of television; Discussions on the HDTV and high definition pictures.