composite video signal

composite video signal

[kəm′päz·ət ′vid·ē·ō ‚sig·nəl]
(communications)
The video-only portion of the standard color television signal used in the United States, in which red, green, and blue signals are mixed.
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The SVS-8 standalone model or SVS-8 SAM is designed for applications where a truly universal streaming network video decoder is required to drive digital video recorders, video monitors and other devices that accept a composite video signal.
A typical composite video signal has a bandwidth of approximately 4.
A possible solution being explored by researchers at Light Blue Optics, Cambridge, UK, has been to convert a standard composite video signal into a high-quality 2-D holographic video, in real-time.
PlanetCam's output is a standard NTSC composite video signal, which can be viewed or recorded on a user-supplied monitor or videocassette recorder (VCR).