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subcarrier horizontal phase

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  • Subcarrier (SC) — A&V In NTSC or PAL video, a continuous sine wave of extremely accurate frequency which constitutes a portion of the video signal. The subcarrier is phase modulated to carry picture hue information and amplitude modulated to carry color saturation …   Audio and video glossary

  • SCH Phase Display — SCH (Subcarrier to Horizontal) phase refers to the phase relationship between the leading edge of horizontal sync (at the 50% amplitude point) and the zero crossings of the color burst (by extrapolating the color burst to the leading edge of… …   Wikipedia

  • Differential phase — is a kind of linearity distortion which affects the color hue in TV broadcasting. Contents 1 Composite color video signal 2 The colorburst 3 Differential phase distortion …   Wikipedia

  • Vectorscope — A vectorscope is a special type of oscilloscope used in both audio and video applications. Whereas an oscilloscope or waveform monitor normally displays a plot of signal vs. time, a vectorscope displays an X Y plot of two signals, revealing… …   Wikipedia

  • Colorburst — Horizontal sync and color burst of PAL videosignal Colorburst is a analog video, composite video signal generated by a video signal generator used to keep the chrominance subcarrier synchronized in a color television signal. By synchronizing an… …   Wikipedia

  • NTSC — This article is about the television system. For the Indonesian government agency, see National Transportation Safety Committee. Television encoding systems by nation; countries using the NTSC system are shown in green. NTSC, named for the… …   Wikipedia

  • PAL — For other uses, see PAL (disambiguation). Television encoding systems by nation; countries using the PAL system are shown in blue. PAL, short for Phase Alternating Line, is an analogue television colour encoding system used in broadcast… …   Wikipedia

  • How television works — Analog televisionUntil the advent of digital television and flat panel displays in the 1990s, all television was based on the transmission and reception of analog signals, displayed on a cathode ray tube. Although a number of different broadcast… …   Wikipedia

  • VHF omnidirectional range — This article is about the radio navigation aid. For other uses, see Vor. D VOR (Doppler VOR) ground station, co located with DME …   Wikipedia

  • Chrominance — (chroma or C for short) is the signal used in video systems to convey the color information of the picture, separately from the accompanying luma signal (or Y for short). Chrominance is usually represented as two color difference components: U =… …   Wikipedia

  • Differential gain — is a kind of linearity distortion which affects the color saturation in TV broadcasting. Contents 1 Composite color video signal 2 Non linearity in the broadcast system 3 Differential gain …   Wikipedia


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