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17 December 1998 Digital television: a new way to deliver information
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Digital television (DTV) is a new way to deliver video, audio, and other data. Why should TV be converted to digital? How does DTV work? What can we do with it? This paper provides some introduction about DTV, its history, and its roll-out plan. It then compares DTV with analog TV, and describes how DTV works. It also describes why the computer industry, as well as the consumer electronics industry, are both very interested I the DTV market. Next, it describes what Intel has done on DTV, including how we build a PC- based DTV, its test evaluation results, its new applications, and Intel's DTV station DMRL. This paper also describes remaining issues, our roadmap, vision, and future directions.
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Samson Huang "Digital television: a new way to deliver information", Proc. SPIE 3656, Storage and Retrieval for Image and Video Databases VII, (17 December 1998); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.333842
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