TITLE

Proof-of-performance measurements

AUTHOR(S)
Markley, Don
PUB. DATE
October 1999
SOURCE
Broadcast Engineering;Oct99, Vol. 41 Issue 11, p56
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Deals with the requirements for a television proof of performance on analog National Television System Committee (NTSC) transmitter systems in the United States. Information on the problem concerning the measurement of envelope delay in the visual signal; Views on the tool for frequency response measurements; Remarks on the rules and regulations of the Federal Communications Commission.
ACCESSION #
2448245

 

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