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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UAE-based satellite operator, YahLive, and a UK-based communications infrastructure and media services company, Arqiva, have announced a new partnership to establish a European hub from which Arqiva will uplink HD TV services to YahLive capacity.