Guide to TV and Video Technology
Here is the new edition of this classic technical guide which clearly presents in-depth information on this wide ranging subject. It has been fully revised and updated to cover the relentless advance in TV and VCR technology. Because it functions both as an introduction to the subject and as a general guide, the Newnes Guide to TV and Video Technology is an ideal text for students, technicians and enthusiasts alike. The new edition of this comprehensive and detailed manual encompasses all aspects of TV and video technology ranging from the camera lens, via videotape signal processing and deck management, to the latest TV screen technology, space satellites, microcomputers and the practicalities of video recorder servicing and maintenance.
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