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The Assessment of Picture Quality on Cable Television Systems by Means of Engineering Auits

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1 Author(s)
B. W. Osborne ; Head of Operational Services Department (Home), Rediffusion Engineering Limited

The importance of waveform response in television and pulse modulation was stressed by Thomson1 in 1952, a theme further to be emphasised by Lewis and Macdiarmid, and later reviewed by Theile;2 a theme which is as true today as it was in 1952. The quarter-century since then has seen the steady growth of cable television in this country; and the concurrent developments in television measurement techniques have been directly relevant to cable networks.

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IEEE Transactions on Cable Television  (Volume:CATV-2 ,  Issue: 2 )