How do you change one type of digital broadcast standard into a different digital broadcast standard?
If you mean 720 to 1080, If the TV is capable of 1080, it's done automatically in the TV set.
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Answer . \nOriginally, all television was black and white, but color began to be introduced in the early 1960's to larger markets. Because transmitting color television signals requires different equipment than does black and white, some small towns did not get color television until well into …the 1970's. Because television was not widely available until the early 1950's, there was only a short period of time when it was the standard format. ( Full Answer )
They changed back to VHF which means the bunny ears. So use Bunny ears to get channels 7.1-13.1
Differences in Standard Digital and HD Digital Video . To qualify as "HD" the video must have a vertical resolution greater then or equal to 720. ex. 720p, 1080i, 1080p. Video with a lower resolution (ex. 480) can still be digital but not qualify as "High Definition".. Here is more from Wi…kiAnswers contributors:. Standard digital video is what you would find on a DVD, in that it contains a string of `bits', or 1's and 0's, which are encoded to produce a video picture. HD video contains 5 times the amount of information, contributing to the higher `resolution'. For example, a standard DVD would contain 480 lines in the image. (There are actually 525 lines in a standard definition signal, but only 480 of them are used to create the image) A HD image will be around 1080 lines. More pixels in each line means that the amount of data required is approximately 5 times that of a standard definition image. What this does of course, gives you a much sharper and detailed picture. It's the `short course', but I hope it helps to answer your question. ( Full Answer )
This means that if you have analog TV and receive TV signals via an antenna, you either need to switch to digital TV (via cable or satelite service) or get a TV converter. Otherwise, you won't be able to watch any more shows, nothing at all, after February 17, 2009.
Analog tv now uses mostly vhf-uhf frequencies for the standard network TV. UHF was added in the 60s for local urban TV signals with the addition of another tuner years ago. Any ham radio operator who has played with VHF 2 meters, or uhf , 450 mhz up, knows that UHF has significantly reduced range an…d is reduced to mostly line of site reception. So guess what sports fans, rural users , with their shiny new converter boxes hooked up to vhf antennas are SCREWED!!! Unless you get an extended range UHF antenna , you will not get TV. You may not get digital TV either if you are too far from UHF digital transmission even with a new uhf "digital' antenna. So, this whole thing is going to cause CHAOS to many rural and other users. Real good planning guys! Million of Americans will have no TV.....!!!!! Stay tuned for the fun on Feb 17, 2009!!@!!! The following is a update. Actually, there is no such thing as a digital antenna, all antennas are the same but a better antenna is one with a amplifier built in and mounted on the antenna itself. This helps the HDTV receive a stronger signal. An exception would be if you can see the transmitting tower from you location, no amplifier is needed. Always buy the VHF/UHF antenna with highest gain you can mount. ( Full Answer )
well in these days. people have been using technology for the longest time. on transformers they use that. the robots can talk and move without a person controlling them and without a remote control.. they came from a far far away planet. like in shrek the far far away land use the old kind.
After Feb 17, 2009, all analog television broadcasting will be discontinued and will become digital.
Process by which a message is sent from a single hosts on the network, without regard to the kind of data being sent or the destination of the data
If you have digital cable in one room do you automatically have standard analog cable in other rooms?
Cable companies are migrating away from analog signals, mainly because it's possible to put several channels in the same bandwidth as a single analog signal. If they carry analog at all, it would most likely just be the basic service and there's no guarantee that it'll be available for any given len…gth of time.. If you want to see if there's analog available, just connect the cable directly into your TV's antenna jack and try tuning in some channels. If they're there, you still have analog. If not, you'll need another cable box for the TV.. another answer: if the other cables are hooked up to the splitter that is feeding your digital cable then yes they will be active as long as all connectors are on behing your wall plates. ( Full Answer )
A digit is each number (0-9) that makes a number. For instance, 100 has three digits - one is the 1; two are zeros. There are 6 digits in 231,527.
not very much, since they both serve the same function which is to input, the different may be the size and the types of interface that it requires for PDAs some may opt to use wireless some may have special connectors
You will have to buy a new HDTV to see true a HD picture 1080s are better than 720 sets.
Pros : Clearer quality. Cons : Makes it easier for Pirates to pirate the shows
\nQuadruplex was invented by the Ampex Cooperation of San Carlos California as the worlds first marketable and proven reliable broadcast video tape their were other formats such as the British Vera system but none were proven ready for public use. one of the main contributors to the design of Quadru…plex video tape was Ampex engineer Fred Pfost. the challenge faced by the design team was the length of the recording time and the tape speed. on the British Vera the tape speed ran at 200 inches per second and used a stationary audio and video head for a maxim recording and play back time of 15 minutes. Quadruplex used a vertical spinning video head for the video turning at 14400 rpm and two stationary heads one large one for audio and another small one for the control track. the audio and control track were written on the top and bottom of the tape and the video signal was recorded in two separate tracks by the rotating head in the center of the tape. two tape speeds were attained and were also high quality speeds in the audio format as well 15 inches per second gave two hours of record time at high quality and 30 inches per second offered superior quality for one hours worth of recording Quadruplex used two inch tape and was one sided only meaning you didnt flip the reels and record a side two. when the machines were demoed to the network mainly ABC they were barley out of the prototype stage they were large and over engineered as time progressed and lots of Quadruplex tapes were produced the networks liked the big machine and its design so the prototype design was never changed Quadruplex was excepted and their were so many tapes made in the format the networks continued to use them well into the late 60`s and 90`s until replaced by 1 inch c which was inferior in many many ways except the editing capabilities. by looking at so many quads today with the head covers left off as most always were they look almost prototype in nature they were big and most required dry air for the air guides except I think the AVR - 1 and the RCA Quadruplex machines which was the only other company licensed by Ampex to build and manufacture the machines. I have been told their was a upgrade coming for HD TV in the early nineties it would be great to still be using quad today I would have loved to be a tape operator... !!! ( Full Answer )
The Federal Communication Commission is the agency responsible formonitoring television. It was created by the United StatesCongress. They also regulate radio and satellite.
Broadcasting refers to the way information and entertainment isreleased to the general public. If you take broadcasting in school,you would more than likely be working in television, radio, musicor movies.
You would need a box with a digital tuner built into it. Samsung used to make one that was sold at Best Buy a few years ago that retailed for $180. They no longer make it since all TV's now have that digital tuner built in. If you can get your hands on one of those tuners you will need an HDMI cable… and possibly a stronger antenna. Other than that there isn't a way to do it. ( Full Answer )
Most digital cameras record in the JPEG format, a standardizedcompressed format that is in broad use across operating systems andmanufacturers. Because it is compressed, it allows more and largerimages to be stored in the memory. Most cameras allow you to selectthe level of compression you want, tra…ding space on the memory chipfor detail in the image -- lower compression level, more detail. More expensive cameras record in both JPEG and RAW. RAW isuncompressed, unaltered storage of data from the camera's imageprocessor. It allows almost unlimited manipulation of images inpost processing, because everything that the camera captures issaved intact. There are two disadvantages to RAW files. Most obvious is that theyare HUGE compared to JPEG, several times as large. That, and thefact that most amateur photographers would never use them, is whythey are not made available in consumer grade cameras. Another isthat since different camera processors produce slightly differentdata, not all RAW files are the same. Fortunately, the bestexamples of post processing software are set up to accommodate RAWfiles from all the major processor manufacturers, so this is not anissue in the vast majority of cases. ( Full Answer )
Yes to both. Both require that you have a High Definition Television with its own built-in HD tuner, or an HD capable TV (like an LCD monitor) with an external HD tuner attached. (Don't confuse this with the February 2009 Digital transition. That transition is not related to High Definition.). Seco…nd you either need an HD antenna or a basic/standard cable hook-up (no cable equipment required) that broadcasts an unscrambled HD signal (TimeWarner Cable does this, I can't speak definitively for other cable companies). Once your choice is set up, send your HD tv/tuner through a digital/ or hd search, not analogue (it can take a while so be patient) and the tuner will find channels like 70.4 and 80.2, etc.. Empirically the picture on these channels will look substantially better compared to your other analogue or digital channels, however, they will not be shown at "full capacity", i.e. in the 1080 realm.. In the case of TimeWarner Cable if you subscribe to their Digital service you get free uncompressed, 1080i HD service. No other Cable nor Satellite service provides Free High Definition. By leasing TimeWarner's HD equipment instead of the Digital equipment (same price) all you need is an HD capable TV (monitor), TimeWarner provides the Tuner and the remote as well as a plethora of cutting edge technology to enhance the whole experience.. If you would like more information about HD or other industry leading technologies and services, call your Local TimeWarner Cable office to request an in-home visit from a Direct Sales Representative who will provide you with the most thorough answers to your questions and as well the absolute best possible rates and discounts - apples to apples - in the market.. jk,082812 ( Full Answer )
Hello - from all my research it is clear that even digital signals can be degraded by weather conditions. Contrary to statements that claim 'you either get a digital signal or not', you can receive digital signals that have been weakened by weather conditions. I live in Ohio, and am fortunate to be …able to use a plain 'bowtie' indoor antenna (no amplifier either) with my TV, and generally get excellent reception. However, when the weather includes heavy rain and especially high winds, my digital reception can randomly blank out, or the picture freezes, or shows random frozen pixels, or loses audio. Considering the high cost and very poor customer service of my local cable provider, I am more than happy to put up with my free, if occasionally less than perfect, digital reception. If you online search "weather conditions and digital TV reception", you can read supporting information. Cheers. ( Full Answer )
\nSatellite broadcasters such as direct tv and dish network have all ways transmitted digital from day one.
All HD broadcasts are digital. Not all digital broadcasts are HD.. "Digital" is simply a way of coding TV pictures onto a radio wave so that your TV can receive the radio wave and turn it back into a TV picture. The old method was called "analog." Digital is more efficient than analog and allows… a lot more information to be carried on the radio wave. Since the wave can now carry more information, some TV stations are choosing to use that extra information for a high definition (HD) picture rather than a standard definition (SD) picture. In fact, there is so much extra room with a digital signal that most TV stations can now show several different programs at once! Most channels will now have several sub-channels. For example, instead of having just Channel 7, you might have Channel 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, and so on -- each with a different program. An HD signal takes up a lot of room, so TV stations that broadcast an HD signal have less room to add additional sub-channels. What is happening with the digital transition is that all analog TV broadcasts will be turned off. Only digital broadcasts will remain on the air. Each TV station decides what it will do with its digital signal. It can use the digital signal to broadcast one HD sub-channel and a few SD sub-channels or it can broadcast a lot of digital SD sub-channels. Most TV stations will choose to broadcast at least one HD sub-channel. ( Full Answer )
Depending on how much lime you wish to spread on your lawn orgarden, the setting will vary. To achieve an application rate of1.75 lbs. per 1000 square feet a setting of 3 is used. Anapplication rate of 2.25 lbs. for the same area requires a settingof 3.5 and 3.5 lbs. per 1000 square feet can be reac…hed with asetting of 4. ( Full Answer )
You can find anything you want on the internet. If you had provided the Model Number of your television, we could have helped you by googling your TV's model number, etc. Therefore, we have to be more general. Generally, the answer depends on one thing -- does the TV have a DTV [digital televisio…n] tuner. It is possible that an older LCD television has only an analog tuner, which would make it the same as an old, traditional TV except for the TV screen. The manual might say "Digital Ready," which is a marketing term used by such old LCD televisions. Un-abbreviated, Digital Ready means that you have to add a DTV tuner. At the time these TVs were made, there were no DTV tuners, so you were preparing for the future. Today, yesterday's future is now. The $40 government coupons can be put towards a digital TV set-top box that is a digital TV tuner. All convert the digital signals from an antenna to analog outputs on Channel 3 or 4, which you can connect to your TV with a coax cable, and then tune your TV to Channel 3 or 4. The $40 to $60 set-top boxes take a perfectly high-resolution digital TV signal, and convert it to an old fashioned, mundane analog TV signal. Boxes in this price range (and all that are covered by the coupon) do NOT offer a digital output, which would offer advantages like improved clarity and higher resolution (more and finer lines that compose the picture). If that were my situation, I would find out the maximum resolution my digital-ready TV were capable of displaying (such as 720 or 1080 lines) and I would make sure I got a set-top box whose output [to the television] [numerically] matches the TVs resolution. That will mean something NOT covered by the coupon program, and much more costly. If you want to watch digital TV is all its glory, it will be worth it. Newer LCD TVs that include [internal] digital tuners will have manuals that mention "Tuner: NTSC, ATSC, QAM." These are true DTVs [Digital Televisions]. Interpretation: NTSC is old-fashioned analog; ATSC is the new, free, over-the-air-to-your-antenna digital broadcasts, and QAM is an unscrambled Cable-TV signal. Regarding QAM, you would only be able to take advantage of the QAM capabilities of a digital television if you have Cable TV service. In that case, you might stick the Cable into your digital television, and see if your Cable TV company is delivering any unscrambled QAM signals that a digital TV can receive, direct off the cable without a Cable TV box. However, for the purposes of this conversation, your question about digital broadcasts, we're mostly intereseted in ATSC. If your television's manual says your television has a DTV tuner, then all you have to do is figure out how to switch your TV from its Analog tuner to its Digital tuner. That will be just a few clicks of the remote control to switch to the Digital tuner, and then another couple of clicks to get your TV to "search" for digital TV signals [perhaps called "Autotune"] -- where the TV goes through the whole TV band and "saves" digital TV channels that it detects. When the search procedure is completed, you can just hit the Channel Up or Channel Down buttons to scroll through the saved channels. And, if you don't have the manual for your television anymore, then get the Model Number from some tag glued to your TV in a hidden location. Google the Model Number; maybe the manual is available as a free download, or is at least available for a few bucks. Also, perhaps now that you have an idea what functions you're looking for in your TV, you might not need a manual to determine whether your TV has a digital tuner or not. Does Autotune only find Analog signals? If you switch the "input" to Digital TV, does that lead you to an Autotune for digital signals? or only a dead-end? Best luck, -Neil- ( Full Answer )
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Only if the TV has a digital (ATSC) tuner. If it has an analog (NTSC) tuner only, it will not work with over-the-air digital broadcasts. In that case you'll need some sort of converter.
Limited Broadcast - Sent to all NICs on the some network segment as the source NIC. It is represented with the 255.255.255.255 TCP/IP address. This broadcast is not forwarded by routers so will only appear on one network segment. . Direct broadcast - Sent to all hosts on a network. Routers may …be configured to forward directed broadcasts on large networks. For network 192.168.0.0, the broadcast is 192.168.255.255. ( Full Answer )
I have a 2003 Sorento and hopefully for you it is the same. Iassume you mean change the Centigrade temp reading to Fahrenheit?Here is the complete wording from the manual: If the battery hasbeen discharged or disconnected, the temp mode will reset asCentigrade. This is normal condition and you can a…djust the tempmode from centigrade to Fahrenheit as follows: Press theTemperature "Down button" 3 seconds or more with the "AMB" buttonheld down. The display shows that THE UNIT OF TEMPERATURE ISADJUSTED TO CENTIGRADE OR FAHRENHEIT. It works as I changed my battery and had the same problem. ( Full Answer )
A standard television broadcast carries more information than a standard radio broadcast does. -- FM radio carries, let's say, a stereo audio program, comprising two channels of 15 KHz each, for a total of 30 KHz of audio information. Most FMs also carry a pilot and a couple of low-injection sub…carriers, which don't add all that much, but let's toss another bunch into the pot and call it a total of 50 KHz to 75 KHz of information on an FM station. -- A TV broadcast ... in addition to whatever baseband information content is carried on the audio channel, also includes 4.2 MHz of information that's used to create the picture. That alone is more than 50 times the amount of information on the FM carrier. The difference is suggested in a big way by comparing the amount of spectrum allocated to each type of service: 200 KHz for a commercial FM channel, versus 6 MHz for a commercial analog TV channel ... a 30 to 1 ratio of spectrum usage. ( Full Answer )
I have a 1993 GMC sonoma truck that came with a digital instrument panel and i want to change to a standard panel. can this be done without changeing the wire harness or plug.
AM broadcasting uses vertically polarised waves which propagate viathe ground-wave, along the ground. The rate at which the signal decreases with distance depends mainlyon the electrical conductivity of the ground. Lower frequenciesdecay at a lower rate and travel further than higher frequencies. …Ground waves propagate to large distances over sea-water which ishighly conductive, for example about 40 miles at 27 MHz and furtherat lower frequencies. Over typical grassland the range of a 2 kW AMtransmitter is 20-30 miles on medium-wave frequencies around 1 MHz. ( Full Answer )
a)Federal Communications Commission (FCC) b)Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) c)Federal Elections Commission (FEC) d)Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA)
The simplest answer to this question would be that in free space the path loss between the transmitter and the receiver would equal (4 * pi * the distance in meters * frequency in hertz / the speed of light in meters per second) to the power of 2. If you know the power radiated from the transmitter,… you can calculate the signal strength at a receiver a given distance away. Since free space only exists in theory, formulas for real scenarios get more complex from here but this is a start. ( Full Answer )
If you are using the Vigoro Ultra Turf Lawn Fertilizer(29-0-4) with the Scotts Standard Broadcast Spreader then the setting would be 5.
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A digital mammogram is performed in the same way as a traditional exam, but the image is viewed on a computer monitor, stored as a digital file, and can be printed on film.
What improvements to broadcast television and videotapes does high-definition and digital television broadcasting bring?
pictures will have better quality because of an increase in the number of pixels and a change in the aspect ratio of the picture.
No, a digital multimeter, in most cases, does not have a built-in voltage standard which is why, if you are using it for calibrated work, it needs to be calibrated professionally. I am a Field Service Engineer and have been in the electronics field for about 30 years and I've always used calibrated …multimeters (usually calibrated by an outside source). ( Full Answer )
Yes, the ARY Digital television network indeed does broadcast in North America, along with Pakistan, the Middle East, and Europe. You can even view it online if you wish.
The carrier frequency will cause interference with any AM station on or near that frequency.
One standard load is the load of a typical input of a specified logic family . This is more relevant with bipolar logic families (e.g. RTL, DTL, TTL, ECL, I 2 L) than MOS logic families (e.g. NMOS, CMOS). Outputs of devices in these logic families are then rated by the number of standard loads they… can drive. However when crossing between logic families (e.g. LS TTL to S TTL) the concept of standard loads is less useful and actual high/low state input current loading and output drive capability calculations should usually be made. ( Full Answer )
The history of television has been plagued by differing standards across the globe. The move to HDTV had provided an opportunity to rationalize some of the variations but still there are differences between North America and Europe. Both North America and Europe are using the same resolutions of 10…80i, 1080p and 720p. All are considered to be HD resolutions. However, in Europe a 50Hz field rate is used whereas North America use 59.94 Hz (Commonly referred to as 60Hz). The difference in frame rates is based on the mains frequencies of Europe and North America, from a time when lining up television frequencies with mains frequencies was beneficial. The need to have TV frequencies the same as mains has long since passed but the wealth of archived material, the production and broadcast infra-structure and existing television receivers made it impossible for any country to ditch their existing frame rates. The result - instead of reducing the number of standards across the world, HD has merely added an extra twenty five or so new ones. The good news is that modern televisions are normally able to handle the different standards with ease. It is therefore a great disappointment that content producers have chosen to add region coding to DVDs, Bluray discs and many games to prevent content bought in one country being used in another. This restriction has nothing to do with television standards and is a purely commercial one. ( Full Answer )
The different types of channels of the broadcasting service rai are comedy, action, news, science fiction, history, documentaries, weather and many others.
The difference between digital x ray and standard x ray is much like the difference between digital and film photos. Digital radiography bypasses the chemical processing and through digital technology, one is able to enhance images and transfer images electronically.
Digital Video Broadcasting, or DVB is an accepted format for television broadcasting signals. There is a worldwide consortium that has patented the technology behind the various accepted television signals. This is so that all digital signals can be the same for all countries, as opposed to the anal…ogue method of NTSC, Secam, and PAL. ( Full Answer )
There are four main types of digital television broadcast in the United Kingdom. One type is via satellite. Another type is via fiber - optic cable. Also DTTV, Digital Terrestrial Television. The last one is Internet Protocol Television.
In Australia, one can subscribe to digital broadcast television by contacting local television providers. Upon signing up for service, one can select digital television.
The answer will depend on a standard US WHAT! But since you have not bothered to share that crucial bit of information, I cannot provide a more useful answer.
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Television broadcast uses both FM and AM but radio broadcastdon't it use only one either FM or AM