analog broadcast

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analog broadcast

Generally refers to transmitting analog TV signals over the air or via cable and satellite. Contrast with digital broadcast. See NTSC and DTV.
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All UltraStudio models include SDI in and out, HDMI out for monitoring on TVs and projectors and analogue YUV/NTSC/PAL video and balanced analogue input for archiving from legacy analogue broadcast tape decks.
Satellite and broadcast technology has advanced exponentially since the Our World project, which was transmitted using analogue broadcast technology.
One Africa Television has been providing a free analogue broadcast service to urban viewers in the country for more than 10 years.
With digital TV soon to replace analogue broadcast technology, they were set the task of enabling set top boxes which use only SCART connections to be connected to TV sets which are not SCART compatible by designing an RF to SCART modulator.
Spain is to switch from a traditional analogue broadcast system to DTT by April 2010.
Analogue broadcast will be switched off by 2012 and replaced by terrestrial digital broadcasts (freeview).
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-8 December 2003-Alma Media subsidiary to save EUR10m annually if analogue broadcast are terminated(C)1994-2003 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
The bonuses are better picture quality and more bandwidth, meaning many more channels in the space taken up by an analogue broadcast. Because digital TV is essentially computer software, it can be manipulated, which has allowed the development of iTV services.
L M Ericsson AB of Sweden and Telia AB are apparently lobbying the Swedish government to pursue a plan to `refarm` analogue broadcast frequencies for digital use.
But since Virgin switched off its analogue broadcast, the retired inspection engineer and father-of-two has been unable to record his favourite programmes.
With more than 88% of the world's population expected to continue receiving analogue broadcast TV signals during 2013, handsets incorporating analogue-TV receivers are able to address a large, global consumer base.
The idea of charging for the analogue broadcast spectrum was floated in a re-port by academic Martin Cave of the Warwick Business School for the DTI.