Compression concepts: How video signals are assembled

Robin, Michael
December 1999
World Broadcast News;Dec99, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p40
Trade Publication
Discusses how video signals are assembled. Benefits of spectrum standardization; Developments in visual and aural information storage; Analog compression; Adoption of interlaced scanning to reduce transmitted bandwidth; Transmission of color information; Video signal redundancies.


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