Calibration images

Ciciora, Walter S.
June 2004
CED;Jun2004, Vol. 30 Issue 6, p67
Trade Publication
Explains what a "calibrated eye" in cable technology is. Need for cable technologists to immerse themselves in all manner of visual and aural experiences to build their understanding of the nature of services provided; Importance of the calibrated eye in light of the emphasis on digital quality and high definition television.


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