The Gillcable Stereo Television Tests (1986)

By David J. Large, Gillcable TV

As an aid to its internal evaluation of possible technologies for delivering stereo television, Gillcable ran technical comparison tests of broadcast television (BTSC), FM and Studioline formats under actual system operating conditions. This paper details the results of those tests.

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