Jam-packed with the latest reference data, device diagrams, standards and terminology, the Audio Engineer's Field Manual follows the structure Whitaker established in the Video and Television Engineer's Field Manual. There are two basic chapters providing a basic tutorial of the field and a context for the reference material to follow, a massive section (the bulk of the book) given over to pure reference data - organized carefully by topic and usage, a complete audio technology dictionary, and finally an exhaustive listing and referencing of all major standards and protocols.Reimers, U H.: aquot;The European Perspective for Digital Terrestrial Television, Part 1: Conclusions of the Working Group on Digital Terrestrial Television Broadcasting, aquot; 1993 NAB HDTV World Conference Proceedings, National Association of Broadcasters, Washington, ... Shinners, S. M.: A Guide to Systems Engineering and Management, Lexington, 1976. aquot;Sinclair Seeks a Second Method to Transmit Digital-TV Signals, aquot; Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones, New York, N.Y, October 7, 1999.
|Title||:||Audio/video Professional's Field Manual|
|Author||:||Jerry C. Whitaker|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2002|