HDTV

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a television system that has more than the usual number of lines per frame so its pictures show more detail

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The sets are integrated and capable of 1080i resolution, and they are due late this year.
The sets have built-in decoders and are capable of 1080i display.
The DMA-1000 supports 1080i HD streaming and HDMI for connecting to HDTV as well as S-Video for older model televisions.
Our A2 platform is the first to deliver full 1080i high-definition video with a resolution of 1920x1080," said Dr.
Content producers can build 1080p, 1080i or 720p still or motion menus from scratch with the product's built-in HD Menu Compositor.
The transition to an all-digital, HD world brings with it new possibilities in terms of the services over-the-air broadcasters such as Gray Television's 36 stations can offer, but also requires the operator to implement encoding solutions that can support these higher bit-rate 1080i and 720p services.
Both stations went live from the new facility in early September and are currently delivering a 1080i HD signal via local cable providers to approximately 50 percent of their DMA (Designated Market Area).
PARIS -- Let It Wave's breakthrough HDTV upconverter, which incorporates its patented super-resolution bandlet algorithms, is currently producing the 1080i HD signal broadcasted by France Television on channel 50 of the digital terrestrial network in France.
264 Compliance Bitstreams are available in a variety of popular video formats including 1080i, 720p, 480p, 480i, 576i and custom formats.
The demonstration will show 1080i video sequences encoded at bitrates ranging from 12 Mbps down to 4 Mbps
With HDMI (HDCP) digital inputs, HD Xplorer(TM) is a full-function digital video processor that pristinely converts 480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p, and 1080i video inputs to the display's native resolution.