IEEE Organizations related to High Definition Television (HDTV)

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Conferences related to High Definition Television (HDTV)

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2014 IEEE Broadcast Symposium (BTS)

Presentations and tutorials on devices, equipment, techniques and systems relatedto broadcast technology, including the production, distribution, transmission, and propagation aspects


2013 IEEE International Symposium on Broadband Multimedia Systems and Broadcasting (BMSB)

The presentation and exchange of technical advances in the rapidly converging areas of multimedia broadcasting, telecommunications, consumer electronics, and networking technologies.


2011 International Broadcasting Convention - IBC 2011

Presentations and tutorials on devices, equipment, techniques and systems related to broadcast technology, including the production, distribution, transmission, and propagation aspects.



Periodicals related to High Definition Television (HDTV)

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Broadcasting, IEEE Transactions on

Broadcast technology, including devices, equipment, techniques, and systems related to broadcast technology, including the production, distribution, transmission, and propagation aspects.



Most published Xplore authors for High Definition Television (HDTV)

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Xplore Articles related to High Definition Television (HDTV)

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High definition television studio equipment

IEEE Communications Magazine, 1991

Currently available Sony high-definition television (HDTV) products for program production are examined. These include cameras, a digital HD recorder, a 1/2-in videocassette recorder, optical disk playback equipment, a digital HD frame recorder, an HD downconverter, large screen reference monitors, and an electron beam recorder. Some HDTV equipment from other manufacturers is briefly described.<<ETX>>


Architecture and implementation of a high-definition video co-processor for digital television applications

VLSI Design 2000. Wireless and Digital Imaging in the Millennium. Proceedings of 13th International Conference on VLSI Design, 2000

This paper describes the architecture, functionality, and design of HDVO-a high definition video co-processor from Philips Semiconductors. The coprocessor design is modular and functionally complete, and is intended to be a part of and function as the primary picture/video composition hardware in any media-processor chip targeted at Digital Television (DTV) applications. Essentially a screen-refresh engine, HDVO can mix multiple video ...


High definition TV rear projector using LCD panels

Conference Record of the 1991 International Display Research Conference, 1991

A HDTV (high-definition television) rear projector using p-silicon TFT (thin- film transistor) LCD (liquid crystal display) panels has been developed. The authors present the conditions which should be satisfied in the HDTV display, especially in the LCD panel, and the fabricated display system and the specification. More compact rear projector equipment was fabricated using p -Si-TFT-LCD panels compared to those ...


High definition TV developments in Japan

IEE Colloquium on Advanced, Widescreen and High Definition Television Systems - Where Are They Now?, 1996

The present status of HDTV developments in Japan is described. In Japan the accelerated domestic penetration of HDTV has started because of the increased duration of HDTV broadcasting and the rapid reduction in the price of TV receivers. High quality standards converters have already been developed which convert HDTV signals between the 1125/60 and 1250/50 standards. There is no practical ...


The BBC and HD [high-definition television]

The IEE 2-Day Seminar on IT to HD: Visions of Broadcasting in the 21st Century, (Ref. No. 2004/10760), 2004

This paper is a powerpoint presentation on the advances in high definition television (HDTV) technology and how these impact on the BBC broadcasting operations.


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Educational Resources on High Definition Television (HDTV)

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IEEE-USA E-Books

  • High definition television studio equipment

    Currently available Sony high-definition television (HDTV) products for program production are examined. These include cameras, a digital HD recorder, a 1/2-in videocassette recorder, optical disk playback equipment, a digital HD frame recorder, an HD downconverter, large screen reference monitors, and an electron beam recorder. Some HDTV equipment from other manufacturers is briefly described.<<ETX>>

  • Architecture and implementation of a high-definition video co-processor for digital television applications

    This paper describes the architecture, functionality, and design of HDVO-a high definition video co-processor from Philips Semiconductors. The coprocessor design is modular and functionally complete, and is intended to be a part of and function as the primary picture/video composition hardware in any media-processor chip targeted at Digital Television (DTV) applications. Essentially a screen-refresh engine, HDVO can mix multiple video and graphics planes and is capable of scaling vertically and horizontally pictures of the highest resolution (1920/spl times/1080) specified in the DTV standard prescribed by the United States Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC). HDVO can efficiently process all (eighteen) ATSC video formats, including video generation for picture-in-picture display, and is currently being wed as an on-chip video coprocessor in the TM-2700 digital television chip. TM-8700 is the second generation of an architectural family of programmable multimedia processors from Philips Semiconductors and it not only supports all ATSC formats, from standard-definition to wide-angle high-definition video, but has also the power to handle High-Definition Television (HDTV) video and audio source decoding (high-level MPEG-2, AC-3 and ProLogic audio, closed captioning, etc.) as well as the flexibility to process advanced interactive services.

  • High definition TV rear projector using LCD panels

    A HDTV (high-definition television) rear projector using p-silicon TFT (thin- film transistor) LCD (liquid crystal display) panels has been developed. The authors present the conditions which should be satisfied in the HDTV display, especially in the LCD panel, and the fabricated display system and the specification. More compact rear projector equipment was fabricated using p -Si-TFT-LCD panels compared to those in CRTs. The picture size is 55 in diagonally and the system depth is 55 cm. A poly-silicon TFT process makes a small LCD panel possible. About 1,400,000 dots with a high aperture ratio of 30% are used in a 4.55-in LCD panel. A telecentric optical system and a retro- focus lens make the system size more compact. Moire disturbance is present in the LCD rear projector system. A method to decrease this picture quality degradation was realized using a finer pitch screen and diffusion board.<<ETX>>

  • High definition TV developments in Japan

    The present status of HDTV developments in Japan is described. In Japan the accelerated domestic penetration of HDTV has started because of the increased duration of HDTV broadcasting and the rapid reduction in the price of TV receivers. High quality standards converters have already been developed which convert HDTV signals between the 1125/60 and 1250/50 standards. There is no practical limitation for the exchange of programs produced based on the different standards.

  • The BBC and HD [high-definition television]

    This paper is a powerpoint presentation on the advances in high definition television (HDTV) technology and how these impact on the BBC broadcasting operations.

  • On construction of global satellite multiprogram high definition television and high quality sound broadcasting system

    Big screen high quality television is available by using broadband high definition television (B-HDTV) systems. Construction of the multiprogram direct satellite B-HDTV broadcasting system and direct high quality sound broadcasting system is a fundamental scientific and technical problem being of interest to both international cooperation and foreign investments attraction. Construction of a multiprogram direct high definition broadcasting system and high quality sound broadcasting may interest almost all those countries which manufacture TV sets, digital personal radio receivers as well as big sound broadcasting, television broadcasting, and film companies, and those European, American, and Japanese companies which design and develop satellite transponders and earth stations. Foreign partners may be incorporated in the system as investors and owners, users (leaseholders), and participants of the project for the implementation of the space and earth segments.

  • An Improved Bilinear Interpolation Algorithm of Converting Standard-Definition Television Images to High-Definition Television Images

    It's very hard to guarantee high image quality whenconverting standard- definition television (SDTV) images tohigh-definition television (HDTV) images because of the greatdifference of image resolution between them. Moreover, thechange in pixel shape from rectangular to square makes thetraditional image zooming methods impossible to do theconversion. Based on this reason, we propose an ImprovedBilinear Interpolation Algorithm: using the CenterCoordinates of Pixels to do bilinear interpolation (IBIACCP).This method can correct the color values of HDTV images bycorrecting the pixels' x and y coordinates since a pixel's colorvalue is a function of its x and y coordinates in interpolationalgorithms. Considering the huge enlarging multiples, we dosharpening treatment to the HDTV images after theinterpolation. Experiments show that IBIACCP can greatlyimprove the quality of HDTV images comparing withtraditional bilinear interpolation algorithm.

  • IEE Colloquium on 'Progress Towards HDTV (Digest No.40)

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  • Fourth International Conference on Television Measurements (Conf. Publ. No.335)

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  • From Standard Definition to High Definition Migration in Current Digital Video Broadcasting

    Digital video broadcasting-terrestrial (DVB-T) is important occasion in these days. But HDTV broadcasting is not widely used in Europe in DVB-T nets due high bandwidth requirements. Several solutions of this problem are discussed in this paper. Scalable video coding is the first choice but not very useful. MPEG-4 AVC coding algorithm brings a lot of new features and better compression efficiency also. But differential frame coding is going further. Proposed method can handle a problem with migration from Standard Definition (SD) to High Definition (HD) resolution and saving of the bandwidth in DVB-T nets.



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