Waveform Testing (1976)

By Victor Nicholson, The Urban Institute

Existing subjective and frequency domain testing procedures are shown to have major weaknesses in ensuring the delivery of acceptable television pictures to cable subscribers. Recommended, instead, are waveform test techniques using VIT signals as generated by the networks. Applications of measurement procedures and performance objectives are discussed for echoes, noise and chrominance I luminance gain and delay.

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