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1999 - 216cph

Abstract: 215CP ITU-R
Text: PALplus Overview Application Note November 1997 AN9764 Author: Keith Jack Introduction PALplus is the result of a cooperative project (started in 1990) undertaken by European broadcasters. By 1995, they wanted to provide an enhanced definition television system (EDTV) compatible with existing receivers, as an interim solution to HDTV. PALplus has been transmitted by several broadcasters since 1994. A PALplus picture has a 16:9 aspect ratio. On conventional TVs, it is displayed as a 16:9


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2001 - 215CP

Abstract: N313 AN9764 ITU-R
Text: PALplus Overview TM Application Note November 1997 AN9764 Author: Keith Jack Introduction PALplus is the result of a cooperative project (started in 1990) undertaken by European broadcasters. By 1995, they wanted to provide an enhanced definition television system (EDTV) compatible with existing receivers, as an interim solution to HDTV. PALplus has been transmitted by several broadcasters since 1994. A PALplus picture has a 16:9 aspect ratio. On conventional TVs, it is displayed as a 16:9


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PDF AN9764 215CP N313 AN9764 ITU-R
1997 - ITU-R

Abstract: No abstract text available
Text: Harris Semiconductor No. AN9764 November 1997 Harris Multimedia PALplus Overview Author: Keith Jack Introduction PALplus is the result of a cooperative project (started in 1990) undertaken by European broadcasters. By 1995, they wanted to provide an enhanced definition television system (EDTV) compatible with existing receivers, as an interim solution to HDTV. PALplus has been transmitted by several broadcasters since 1994. A PALplus picture has a 16:9 aspect ratio. On conventional TVs


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