picture signal

picture signal

[′pik·chər ‚sig·nəl]
(communications)
The signal resulting from the scanning process in television or facsimile.
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Just after the first race finished we lost our picture signal. I rushed out to fix the screen, but I couldn't find the source of the problem and customers started leaving to go to the opposition as they had pictures.
MPEG is an international standard in motion picture signal compression.
Morgan-Jones added: "The racecourses keep saying that they own the picture signal but without the players the courses have nothing to sell, so it is vital to tell the players what the racecourses are doing.
The helicopter relaying the picture signal could not fly at the required 1,000 feet.
"The replacement system we should explore is the selling of the picture signal. It is the financing system of the future.
The allegorical quality of the picture signals it's about art--or more broadly, creative power--as much as sex.
The cameras can tilt 360 degrees so there are no blind spots and takes high definition visuals, with picture signals monitored at the City Council's Alarm and Emergency Centre.
The cameras can tilt 360 degrees so there are no blind spots and take high-definition visuals, with picture signals monitored at Sunderland City Council alarm and emergency centre.
The PDS-4221 also displays picture signals such as XGA, SVGA and VGA computer images, supports 16.77 million colors, and has a wide viewing angle of 160 degrees vertically and horizontally.
A multiple-purpose guided-missile system using picture signals from a launched missile was also featured to showcase the GSDF's technological advances, military officials said.