MTS Stereo Considerations "An Opportunity Or A Crisis" (1986)

By George R. and J. Green, Zenith Electronics Corporation

This paper considers the current status of the MTS system with regard to alternative delivery systems and reviews some of the current MTS decoder designs. It considers interface requirements, performance characteristics and compatibility with current in-home terminals. New methods in baseband processing are examined to illustrate their full compatibility with the MTS system.

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