Digital video: studio signal processing.
Several features of the digital component standard for television studios are described with a view to explaining the principles on which they are based and the modes of operation which were intended. For example, the sampling and filtering techniques were chosen to support multiple signal conversions with minimal loss of quality and the multiplexing techniques used were selected to simplify interconnections. The implications of the coding parameters for signal processing and studio synchronisation are discussed and some simple test waveforms are suggested.
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