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Building an HD MCR for The Associated Press
N/A Given that almost every television receiver sold today is capable of displaying full 1920 by 1080 pixel images, broadcasters around the globe are accelerating their investment in high-definition (HD) channels.
Tags: iss059 | atg | associated press | hd mcr | atg broadcast | N/A
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Considering cables and connectors
N/A For a broadcast engineer, choosing the big equipment is always exciting. Even comparing specifications and functionality on core products like routers or DAs is interesting. Then you have to connect it all together and the temptation is just to reach for the nearest drum of co-ax and bag of BNCs. There surely cannot be much fascination in comparing cables and plugs, can there?
Tags: argosy | iss054 | cables | connectors | infrastructure | installation | mcr | bnc | belden | draka | N/A
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True Colours Shine Through With CCS
N/A When you are a broadcast engineer working in front of a stack of LCD monitors, seeing a significant difference between the brightness and colour of each monitor can be both annoying and tiring on the eyes.
Tags: Oxygen DCT | css | lcd | mcr | itu-r709 | ofcom | smpte c | rec709 | calibration service | cs-200 | iss050 | N/A
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Modern multiviewers
N/A The monitoring of multiple video sources has been simplified and costs greatly reduced by the use of multiviewers. These make use of two principle technologies: large high-resolution video screens and the real-time resizing of video.
Tags: iss032 | for-a | multiviewers | monitors | mv-1600hs | hvs-300hs | video control room | MCR | studio gallery | ob | outside broadcast | N/A
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