high-definition television


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high-definition television

[¦hī def·ə¦nish·ən ′tel·ə‚vizh·ən]
(communications)
A television system with a resolution of more than 1000 scan lines, as compared to 525-625 scan lines in conventional systems. Abbreviated HDTV.
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homes are expected to have high-definition televisions by the end of 2006.
With the transition to high-definition television just around the corner, every TV station in the country will have to install new, digital equipment within the next few years.
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As the first high-definition format to reach the mass market, HD DVD will provide consumers with stunning picture and sound quality, taking full advantage of high-definition televisions and home theater systems.
Brillian Corporation (Nasdaq:BRLCD), a designer and developer of rear-projection, high-definition televisions based on its proprietary liquid crystal on silicon (LCoS(TM)) microdisplays, today announced that it has completed the previously announced merger with Syntax Groups Corporation and has changed its name to Syntax-Brillian Corporation.
Nasdaq: BRLC), a designer and developer of rear-projection, high-definition televisions based on its proprietary liquid crystal on silicon (LCoS(TM)) microdisplays, today announced that it has completed the previously announced merger with Syntax Groups Corp.
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NASDAQ: BRLC) a designer and developer of rear-projection, high-definition televisions based on its proprietary liquid crystal on silicon (LCoS(TM)) microdisplays, has engaged The Investor Relations Group, Inc.

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