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Synonyms for HDTV

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

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Sagem expects its total shipments of MPEG4 STBs to reach at least 100,000 units by the end of 2005, which will confirm both Sagem's and ST's place as the leading suppliers of MPEG4 decoding solutions for all transmission media, and for both SDTV and HDTV.
Stations can broadcast two kinds of digital signals: high-definition television (HDTV) and standard-definition television (SDTV).
With its built-in scan converter, the monitor is able to display SDTV, HDTV and other DTV* signals, as well as computer resolutions up to UXGA.
Effectively, this means that as of 1 January 2003 all broadcasters will be required to transmit SDTV signals at all times, while also transmitting 20 hours a week of HDTV.
ATSC digital television standards include digital high definition television (HDTV), standard definition television (SDTV), data broadcasting, multichannel surround-sound audio, and satellite direct-to-home broadcasting.
(2.)Assumes 256 QAM (quadrature amplitude modulation) with eight SDTV channels per 6-MHz slot.
Instead, News Ltd., the largest newspaper publisher in Australia, supports the adoption of standard definition television (SDTV).
Also on display from the Tau series was a 42-inch widescreen plasma display capable of SDTV. It will be available in April or May.
Next generation digital set-top boxes and HDTV sets will benefit from the MAP1000's ability to provide high definition video decoding and multiple digital SDTV channels concurrently.
Es'hail 1 will broadcast more than 30 high definition television (HDTV) and 70 standard definition television (SDTV) channels, it was announced by Qatar Satellite Co (Es'hailSat).
The new transport solution should support multicasting of SDTV and HDTV, high-speed broadband Internet, VoIP, file transfer for exchange of local programmes as well as enterprise data services over the same network.
The two primary differences between HDTV and standard definition television (SDTV) are the aspect ratio and the resolution of the picture.