color signal

color signal

[′kəl·ər ‚sig·nəl]
(communications)
Any signal that controls the chromaticity values of a color television picture, such as the color picture signal and the chrominance signal.
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3) 4:2:2:A method of representing video that records the luminance signal and corresponding color signal for a single scan line in a 4:2 ratio, ensuring excellent color fidelity and limiting color degradation during multiple encoding and decoding steps.
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95) features DNR perfect, which incorporates both Digital Noise Reduction (DNR) and Color Signal Enhancement (CSE).
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The bandwidth of the color signal remains essentially unchanged.
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After exposure, software reconstructs a full color signal for each pixel in the final image.
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Confocal microscope should be able to produce high-quality images suitable for publication without further treatment with a view to presenting the false color signal intensity.