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SDTV

(Standard Definition TV) A set of digital television standards with 480 lines of resolution (see DTV). SDTV may refer to the resolutions or to the TV set, but SD always refers to the resolutions. Although plenty of SD content is still available, new TV sets are all HDTVs, which support both SD and HD formats. See HDTV. See Rec. 601.
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For instance, the same channel can be broadcasted in SDTV and HDTV and the receiver uses the one depending on receiving conditions.
The standard TV (SDTV) MPEG-2 video resolution is 920x782, the high TV (HDTV) MPEG-4--1080x1920.
SDTV plans to implement a new CRM system to cope with the increased demand and also implement new infrastructure.
It provides graphics performance with CRT, single/dual channel 24-bit LVDS and TV-out (SDTV and HDTV).
Depending on the video transmission equipment deployed by the affiliate, the basic tariff speeds may easily provide standard definition video service (SDTV).
AUDIOVISUAL--The KD-VP6 and KD-VP8 high-performance video processors accept Standard Definition (SDTV) 480i and PAL 576i composite, component, and S-Video, as well as Extended Definition (EDTV) 480p and 576p component analog sources, and output component video format with optional user-controlled de-interlacing capability.
has developed a H.264 CODEC LSI 'SARA' (a development code; abbreviation of Super Advanced Real-time CODEC Architecture for H.264 professional implementations), processing HDTV with multiple LSIs each of which processes SDTV, which can be applied for the purpose of cascade linkage indispensable for broadcasting facilities.
The company, through its Tiernan subsidiary, is a supplier of HDTV and SDTV encoding and transmission equipment.
One of today's challenges in consumer device test is moving from standard definition television (SDTV) to the new high-definition television (HDTV) devices.