Cable's Excellent Position in HDTV (1990)

By Walter s. Ciciora, Ph.D., American Television & Communications

The message of this paper is that HDTV will not happen suddenly. Experience shows that developments such as this will take a considerable amount of time. In the mean while we need to take care of our present customers. To do so, cable should deliver the best NTSC available. The need for this is based on the ever-improving performance of consumer electronics equipment.

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