composite video signal

composite video signal

[kəm′päz·ət ′vid·ē·ō ‚sig·nəl]
(communications)
The video-only portion of the standard color television signal used in the United States, in which red, green, and blue signals are mixed.
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A 5-volt DC power supply and a timing source are all that are required to produce a standard NTSC or PAL composite video signal ready to plug into a standard television or video recorder.
The ASIC chipset for the CVM provides all the electronics necessary to connect the CyberDisplay(TM) 320C to a full-motion NTSC or PAL composite video signal.
The unit, powered from a helmet-mounted battery pack, accepts an RS-170 composite video signal supplied by the Light, Medium or Heavy Thermal Weapons Sight (TWS).
GamerCycle(TM) works on any composite video signal so it can be used on DVD & VCR players plus Satellite & Cable TV as well.
For analog NTSC input signals, THEATER 313 outputs the video as an analog composite video signal and the audio as decoded digital Left and Right channels via an I2S port.
SeaView's PLC technology is compatible with existing video products accepting the RS-170/EIA standard composite video signal.
The processor also features a 3D/YC separation function that reduces color noise at the color boundaries of a composite video signal to reproduce sharper and smoother images.
One of the hottest applications on the horizon is driving a composite video signal from a cell phone to a TV or other large display product for easier viewing," said Bob Vinton, Fairchild's product line manager, Signal Conditioning Products.
The SVS-8 standalone model or SVS-8 SAM is designed for applications where a truly universal streaming network video decoder is required to drive digital video recorders, video monitors and other devices that accept a composite video signal.
The device also includes a composite video signal output, which can be applied to various portable device requirements.
Video decoders convert the standard analog composite video signals which feed televisions, VCRs, etc.