Basic TV Technology
Deals with the basic technical principles and processes underlying every TV and video system. The book covers electrical and colour principles, digital recording and time editing and, as with all Media Manuals, features easy-to-use layout and copious illustrations.
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INTRODUCTION COLOR CRTs
THE ATOM AND ELECTRICITY 10 SYNC GENERATOR SIGNALS
UNITS OF MEASUREMENT 1 14 SYNC FLOW DIAGRAMS 2
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