HDTV Delivers -- Gradually

Kuhl, Craig
July 2006
Multichannel News;7/31/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 30, p26
The article focuses on the delivery of high definition television in the U.S. It has been claimed that the quality of high-definition technology is far superior to standard-definition television because it provides up to 1,920 active horizontal pixels by 1,080 active scanning lines. The U.S. Federal Communications Commission has a mandate that all television sets must have digital tuners by July 2007.


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