picture signal

picture signal

[′pik·chər ‚sig·nəl]
(communications)
The signal resulting from the scanning process in television or facsimile.
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Just after the first race finished we lost our picture signal.
MPEG is an international standard in motion picture signal compression.
Our subscribers would lose ABC and NBC programming and the clear picture signal we provide when these stations are carried on Cable ONE.
The picture signal was sent from the battery pack to a small satellite dish located in the Jacobs Field press box.
Capable of supporting installations with screen resolutions up to Wide Video Graphics Array (WVGA), the LC749000PT and LC749000AT integrate an analog to digital converter (ADC) which receives direct analog picture signal inputs from a camera.
Morgan-Jones added: "The racecourses keep saying that they own the picture signal but without the players the courses have nothing to sell, so it is vital to tell the players what the racecourses are doing.
The helicopter relaying the picture signal could not fly at the required 1,000 feet.
In order to match DVD technology's sharp resolution with equally vivid color, it uses component video outputs to split the picture signal into brightness (luminance) and color (chrominance).
It constantly monitors the picture signal and finely adjusts brightness, contrast and gamma so that every part of every frame is optimized.
The replacement system we should explore is the selling of the picture signal.
DeepField(TM) imager allows the TV to display enhanced contrast and black levels and constantly monitors the picture signal and finely adjusts brightness, contrast and gamma so that every part of every frame is optimized.
The cameras can tilt 360 degrees so there are no blind spots and take high-definition visuals, with picture signals monitored at Sunderland City Council alarm and emergency centre.