Television Engineering and Video Systems

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R G GUPTA Tata McGraw-Hill Education 2011
a handbook of television engineering
Chapter 1 presents characteristics of light and sound, which are the main source of Chapter 2 explains the fundamental concepts of television such as scanning, synchronisation, blanking, CVS, resolution, and bandwidth. It lists the merits of negative modulation and details of calculating the number of lines for resolution in HDTV. Chapter 3 describes different TV standards for the concepts described in Chapter 2. It compares similarities and dissimilarities ofbeen added in this edition. Chapter 4 explains in detail the input transducers used to convert intensity of light into electrical signals. Chapter 5 presents a comprehensive description of output transducers (picture display panels) which reconvert the electrical signal into light and thus reproduce the original picture, using the synchronisation based on plasma and LCD have been described with their relative merits and demerits. Chapter 6 explains different stages of a monochrome TV transmitter. It describes diplexer and transmitting antenna. Chapter 7 elucidates different stages of mono various controls. Block diagrams of three ICs used have been given. Chapter 8 explains compatibility between colour and monochrome systems, production of colour difference signals, generation of colour subcarrier and interleaving of luminance and chrominance signals. It also introduces three colour systems. Chapter 9 describes in Chapter 10 explains SECAM colour system. Chapter 11 describes various transmitting and receiving antennas and propagation Chapter 12 range. It describes TV broadcasting by satellites for other terrestrial transmitters, for relay links for terrestrial TV broadcasts, and for DTH, it explains STB and CAS. Chapter 13 presents a detailed explanation of the most modern DTV broadcast, EDTV, HDTV, WDTV, teletext, view data, video telephone and video conferencing, facsimile, TV in multimedia and the latest 3D TV systems. Chapter 14 deals with recording of at length. Comparative tables and applications have also been included. Chapter 15 discusses television studio and its linkage with the TV transmitter and the use of OB Chapter 16 radiating type in the sense that they do not use wireless transmissions. CCTV is a closed system which has been described in detail along with its applications. CATV is widely systems. MATV is a fore runner of CATV and has now very limited applications. It Chapter 17 deals with the production of EHT, HT and LT for TV receivers. Different types of regulated supplies, including provides better load protection as compared to a series regulator have been included in this edition. Chapter 18 edition. In this edition test instruments for emerging DTV like TV test transmitter, TV receiver has also been explained. Chapter 19 explains typical faults in monochrome and colour TV systems, logical inferences from symptoms, sectional approach of fault guidelines for preventive maintenance have been given.

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