TV a Video Engineeras Reference Book presents an extensive examination of the basic television standards and broadcasting spectrum. It discusses the fundamental concepts in analogue and digital circuit theory. It addresses studies in the engineering mathematics, formulas, and calculations. Some of the topics covered in the book are the conductors and insulators, passive components, alternating current circuits; broadcast transmission; radio frequency propagation; electron optics in cathode ray tube; color encoding and decoding systems; television transmitters; and remote supervision of unattended transmitters. The definition and description of diagnostics in computer controlled equipment are fully covered. In-depth accounts of the microwave radio relay systems are provided. The general characteristics of studio lighting and control are completely presented. A chapter is devoted to video tape recording. Another section focuses on the mixers and special effects generators. The book can provide useful information to technicians, engineers, students, and researchers.The main extinguishing agents used at installations containing electrical equipment are carbon dioxide (CO2), Halon 1211 or Halon 1301. ... Frost aamp; Sullivan Conf Uninterruptible Power Supplies, London (1989) 6 McDOUGALL, A, Fuel cells, Macmillan (1976) 7 WHITING, ... Act 1974 Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 Electricity Supply Regulations 1988 Energy Act 1983 IEE Wiring Regulations, 15thanbsp;...
|Title||:||TV & Video Engineer's Reference Book|
|Author||:||K G Jackson, G B Townsend|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2014-05-15|