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- ...and unveiling digital HDTV. Fleischmann, Mark; Free, John // Popular Science;Jun92, Vol. 240 Issue 6, p69
Discusses how the Federal Communications Commission began tests to determine which high-definition television version will become a standard. Digital Spectrum Compatible system from AT&T and Zenith; Demonstration at Bell Laboratories; Cost estimate.
- HDTV alliance polishes spec on prototype. Krause, Reinhardt // Electronic News;10/25/93, Vol. 39 Issue 1986, p1
Reports on the agreement reached by the `Grand Alliance' of American electronic communication technology companies on the standard video compression techniques to be used in high definition television (HDTV). Participating companies; Details of the selected compression technique.
- High-definition TV standards debate heats up. Rodger, Will // Inter@ctive Week;07/22/96, Vol. 3 Issue 15, p66
Reports on the arguments for and against competing standards for high-definition television in the United States. Opposing views on standards by the computer and broadcasting industries; When these industries filed their comments to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC); Possibility of a...
- HDTV: Where is it headed? // Telephony;4/11/94, Vol. 226 Issue 15, p26
Reports on the creation of a high-definition television (HDTV) prototype system by HDTV Grand Alliance members. Members of the HDTV Grand Alliance; Field and laboratory testing of the modulation subsystem; Features of the subsystems approved by the Federal Communications Commission.
- HDTV standards move technology ahead. Mason, Charles F. // Telephony;11/1/93, Vol. 225 Issue 18, p22
Highlights recommendations for a high definition television (HDTV) standard in the United States. Approval of the formation of an alliance among major proponents of HDTV technologies; Member companies of the alliance; Support for bidirectional frame motion for improved picture quality;...
- Computer screening for TV of the future. Fox, Barry // New Scientist;11/6/93, Vol. 140 Issue 1898, p22
Reports on the alliance formed by top electronics companies and research institutes to establish standards in relation to President Bill Clinton's plan for national information `superhighways'. Display of high-definition television pictures on computer screens; Bi-directional frame motion...
- First live digital HDTV soccer broadcast. Bloomfield, Larry // Broadcast Engineering;Apr98, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p16
Talks about the first live high-definition television (HDTV) broadcast of a soccer game in Mexico using the ATSC standard. Coverage provided by ATSC and Televisa; Broadcast from Azteca stadium in Mexico City via fiber-optic link; Flexibility offered by the ATSC digital television standard;...
- Untitled. // Broadcasting & Cable;6/28/93, Vol. 123 Issue 26, p43
Reports on the European Community's attitude toward prospects of a worldwide high-definition television (HDTV) standard based on the United States model. Paul Misener, aide to Federal Communications Commission HDTV advisory committee chairman Dick Wiley, on the subject.
- Dateline Washington. Coorsh, Richard // Consumers' Research Magazine;Aug98, Vol. 81 Issue 8, p6
Focuses on the availability of high-definition television (HDTV) signals in the United States (US). Costs of a new HDTV set; Percentage households in the US who get TV signals through cable; Information on the `must carry' rules for HDTV.