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Grant, J. Thompson, Digital Signal Processing: Concepts and Applications, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, ISBN 0333963563, September 2002. 6. J. Watkinson, Television Fundamentals, Burlington, MA: Focal Press, ISBN 0240514114, April 1996. 7. N. G. Haskell, Digital Pictures: Representation, Compression and Standards, New York: Springer, ISBN 030644917X, 1995. 8. O. ’, International Broadcasting Convention, Amsterdam, September 1994. 9. K. Jack, Video Demystified, A Handbook for the Digital Engineer.

However, if we want to understand the limitations and potential problems of interlaced signals we need to have a closer look at sampling theory. Although we are still dealing with an analogue video signal, in order to understand interlaced video signals properly, we have to take a quick look at sampling theory because even an analogue video signal is a sampled signal in the vertical-temporal domain. 2 (a) Analogue signal A. (b) Spectrum of analogue signal A. (c) Sampled signal A. (d) Spectrum of sampled signal A.

The two versions are generally referred to as 1080i and 720p, respectively. Since the progressive format scans every line at every time interval, its frame rate, and consequently its pixel rate, is twice that of an equivalent interlaced format. 44 times the pixel rate of a 625-line SDTV signal. 94 frame rate. This is already being considered for professional production but not for DTH transmissions. 97 frames/s format is 20 per cent higher than that in the 25 frames/s format. This is because the picture format is the same but the frame rate is different.

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