Achieving First Generation NTSC Quality In A Recordable Laser Disk Commercial Insertion System (1990)

By By Dominic D 'Allessandro and Gilbert Moreira, Arvis Video Information Systems, C. Robert Paulson, AVP Communication

ACHIEVING FIRST GENERATION NTSC QUALITY

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