broadcast control


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broadcast control

An air-interception technique in which interceptors are guided onto targets only by a running commentary on the action of hostile aircraft. This technique is followed either when there are too many hostile aircraft or if resources for guiding one's own aircraft are minimal.
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Master Control Room (known as PBCR - Public Broadcast Control Room)
This new platform enhances VELOCITY's delivery of the future in high-definition communications and enables us to continue to exceed expectations in broadcast control, message reception and viewer immersion.
The existing production environment will continue to be used, but the complete distribution technology is incorporated in the new building and connected to the new broadcast control environment established there.
Since 2010, UTStarcom has built nine IPTV broadcast control platforms across China, specifically in Beijing, Hubei, Hunan, Shandong, Shenzhen, Sichuan, Tianjin, Zhejiang and now Chongqing.
Among the 12 first-phase trial cities in 2010, the Company built six IPTV broadcast control platforms in Beijing, Hubei, Hunan, Shandong, Shenzhen and Sichuan.
Mitsubishi's new MegaView Wall video wall cubes are a space saving solution for broadcast control rooms, emergency operation centers, transportation management centers, public signage areas and other mission critical venues.
The 1080p native resolution enables the multiple window display to create an active image area approximately equal to seventeen 14-inch CRT monitors, a common configuration in broadcast control rooms.
According to the structure of the partnership, WASU will take responsibilities for the integrated broadcast control of online television while PPTV handles the operations and marketing side of the business.
0, a carrier-grade, mobile broadcast control and data system that enables revenue-rich functionality such as interactivity, advertising, branding and metering.
Since 2010, UTStarcom has built seven IPTV broadcast control platforms across China, specifically in Beijing, Hubei, Hunan, Shandong, Shenzhen, Sichuan, and Tianjin.
Operators at the LiveHive Broadcast Control Center watch Survivor in real-time to determine the show's wagering opportunities and generate specific odds on each outcome.
Within seconds that message is routed from the carriers through the broadcast control room into the video signal.

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