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Significance of Some Receiver Errors to Color Reproduction

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1 Author(s)
Harold Weiss ; General Electric Co., Syracuse, N.Y.

A method is shown for approximating the significance of color television-receiver errors to color reproduction. For representative colors, the deviations in chromaticity caused by errors in various signals are evaluated in terms of MacAdam's unit of equal noticeability. An experimental investigation of viewer tolerances is reported.

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Proceedings of the IRE  (Volume:42 ,  Issue: 9 )