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high-definition TV

A reference to TV technology beyond the original analog NTSC, PAL and SECAM standards. See DTV.
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If there is not enough bandwidth to allow a legal market in high-definition TV content, it follows that there isn't enough bandwidth to allow substantial piracy of it either.
The GIO said that China is aggressively developing high-definition TV content in digital format and 3D TV content to further popularize its TV content, also suggesting to emulate South Korea to fund the development of the digital-content industry.
HP's new line of high-definition TVs, home media server and digital content delivery services allows consumers to easily view and share their high-definition content throughout their homes.
In comparison, 14 percent of consumers with an income of $40,000 or less plan a big-screen or high-definition TV purchase in the coming 12 months (See Figure B)
These advanced systems feature high-definition TV tuners, advanced audio features and digital video recorders designed for the living room.
As more and more consumers discover the benefits of owning high-definition TVs and home theater systems, equipment manufacturers must continue to raise the performance of video, audio, and display interfaces.
Designed to complement the surging popularity of high-definition TV displays and concurrent with the release of new HD DVD movie titles, the all-new RCA HDV5000 HD DVD player is now shipping to retailers nationwide.
Fleetwood will also be offering KVH's High-definition TV (HDTV) Converter for DIRECTV(R) Service as an additional option for those customers wishing to enjoy HDTV programming while on the road.
NYSE: ADI) is enabling some of the year's most exciting consumer electronics products by lending its advanced signal processing expertise to the newest generation of game boxes, educational toys, high-definition TVs (HDTVs) and audio/video (A/V) equipment, cell phones and automotive systems.
LUXIM is the inventor of LIFI(TM) bringing Light Fidelity(TM) to long-life, vivid color projection display applications like wide screen high-definition TVs and home theater projectors.

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