Dictionary of Video and Television Technology

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Newnes Press, 2002 - Technology & Engineering - 326 pages
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This up-to-date reference is the most complete dictionary covering this fast-paced field. It contains virtually all the terminology commonly used in modern global video and television technology, with thorough definitions aimed at the engineering level. It covers all international video standards, digital and analog video signals, data compression, video conferencing, encoding/decoding--indeed, every term associated with video/television technology. Compiled by two internationally recognized video/television experts, this dictionary promises to become a standard reference.

  • Provides comprehensive and up-to-date information, including coverage of test and measurement procedures
  • Electronic version of the book accompanies text
  • Authors are both heavily experienced engineers and authors whose previous works are respected world wide

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Contents

B
22
39
100
F
113
G
129
I
159
164
193
Q
224
S
239
T
271
U
289
292
311
Standards Organizations
325
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About the author (2002)

Keith Jack is Director of Product Marketing at Sigma Designs. Sigma Designs develops and markets high-performance, highly-integrated System-on-a-Chip (SoC) semiconductors for IPTV Set-top Boxes, Blu-ray and HD DVD Players/Recorders, HDTVs, Digital Media Adapters, and Portable Media Players. Prior to joining Sigma Designs, Mr. Jack held various marketing and chip design positions at Harris Semiconductor, Brooktree, and Rockwell International. He has been involved in over 40 multimedia chips for the consumer market.

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