Dolby and Harris' X75 interface

Conrod, Randy; Nelson, Jeff
October 2007
Broadcast Engineering;Oct2007, Vol. 49 Issue 10, p80
Trade Publication
The article provides an overview of the design of the new system X75 multi-path converter and frame synchronizer of Dolby Laboratories Inc. and Harris Corp. The design of the system accounts the integrated Dolby E and Dolby Digital decoding and encoding which provides a single point of total control over the video and audio of a program signal. Video and audio can be manipulated for ingest into a system. Further, the final design of the system enables a single video processing device.


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