closed-circuit television

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closed-circuit television

a television system in which signals are transmitted from a television camera to the receivers by cables or telephone links forming a closed circuit, as used in security systems, etc.

closed-circuit television

[¦klōzd ¦sər·kət ′tel·ə‚vizh·ən]
(communications)
Any application of television that does not involve broadcasting for public viewing; the programs can be seen only on specified receivers connected to the television camera by circuits, which include microwave relays and coaxial cables. Abbreviated CCTV.
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Closed circuit television can involve either a one-way system or a two-way system.
Bids will be received for the contemplated purchase of a new 2015 or newer model year closed circuit television van (CCTV)for the Spotsylvania County Utilities Department.
The primary service to be performed under this Price Agreement is Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) inspection services for the City of Portland collection system including service laterals, sewer mains, and manholes.
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In this position, he can fully utilize his extensive experience within the ITS, closed circuit television and video industries to create a stronger presence and increased profitability for the division.
Q Television is also viewable to those attending the week long festivities in Palm Springs via closed circuit television channels at the Windham and Riviera as well as at Q Television booths stationed at the various events.
Prior Information Notice: closed circuit television services
Recent improvements at the tower include new heating and air-conditioning systems; replacement of the elevators' mechanical systems and the refurbishment of cab interiors; upgrading of hallways and common areas; replacement of all the building's lighting fixtures; the installation of a closed circuit television system, which monitors areas inside as well as outside the building; and a new messenger center.
Q Television will be viewable to those attending the week long festivities in Palm Springs via closed circuit television channels at the Windham and Riviera as well as at Q Television booths stationed at the various events.
In addition, security is further enhanced by one of the most sophisticated closed circuit television surveillance systems in a residential setting.
The Security Systems Division (SSD) is a global provider of closed circuit television (CCTV), fire, burglary, access control, sound and communications products, and accessories for the residential, commercial and government markets.
The system also provides enhanced passenger information and has the potential to provide closed circuit television for improved security.