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Broadcast and Television Receivers, IEEE Transactions on

Issue 3 • Date Aug. 1971

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  • IEEE Transactions on Broadcast and Television Receivers

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  • IEEE Broadcast and Television Receivers Group

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  • 1971-1973 IEEE Group on Broadcast and Television Receivers Administrative Committee

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  • Special Notice

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  • Minutes of the Administrative Committee Meeting Broadcast and Television Receivers Group

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  • Editor's Message:

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  • Electronic Components and Consumerism

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  • A High-Performance Multifunction Novel IC

    Page(s): 127 - 132
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    This paper describes a novel IC consisting of two independent small signal amplifiers and a multistage voltage and temperature compensated power amplifier capable of delivering 0.5 watt. Because of the great veisatility of this IC, a variety of circuits have been built. These include an AM/FM stereo receiver, complete vertical and horizontal deflection systems, tape and phono amplifiers, and others, several of which are described in detail in this paper. View full abstract»

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  • RCA Large-Screen Narrow-Neck 110°Color Television System

    Page(s): 141 - 147
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    RCA has developed, sampled, anid plans to iintroduce commercially in Europe late in 1971 a large-screen, narrow-neck 110°color television system that features the RCA A67-1 SOX 25V color picture tube having a neck 29mm in diameter and the associated RCA XD4422-J 12 PST (Preci¿ion Static Toroid) deflection yoke. This novel, high-performance, economical, and basically simple system provides improved picture sharpness and is comparable to other commercial color television systems with regard to convergence, beam landing, light output, color purity, high-voltage stability, reliability, and thermal mask expansion characteristics. The required receiver deflection interface circuits for horizontal scan, vertical scan, raster shape correction, high-voltage, and convergence are straightforward extensions of commercial tube or solid-state 900 circuits. Unlike other large-screen 110°systems, no added special circuits, such as the corner convergence, dynamic blue lateral or dynamic focusing circuits are required. The RCA large-screen, narrow-neck system can be set up and serviced using the well-established industry practices for color television employed throughout the world. No different or more complex servicing procedures are required. View full abstract»

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  • Thermal Stability Considerations in the Design of a Transistorized TV Horizontal Output Amplifier

    Page(s): 148 - 159
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    The thermal stability of silicon power transsistors is affected by the following temperature-sensitive parameters: 1. ICBO 2. VEB 3. hFE 4. Switching time 5. Secondary breakdown. View full abstract»

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  • Advances in FM Receiver Design

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  • A High-Performance FM Tuner Utilizing a Grounded-Gate FET RF Amplifier

    Page(s): 172 - 176
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    Junction FET's with high gm, low feedback capacitance and low noise figures at 100 MHz are currently available. When operated in the common gate mode as RF amplifiers, they can provide high gain with good stability factors and almost an optimum antenna match with no input tuned circuit. In addition, tuners which require no shielding for RF stability are easily constructed. Overall receiver noise figures of less than 6 dB are readily obtainable. View full abstract»

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  • A Completely Integrated Monolithic Chroma Processing Circuit

    Page(s): 177 - 181
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    The NTSC color TV transmission system dictates that a receiver for that system must comprise the following basic elements for reproduction of the transmitted color information: * a chroma IF amplifier, to select and amplify the modulated color sub-carrier. * a sub-carrier regenerator, to furnish the required reference for demoduation of the suppressed carrier signal. * a chroma demodulator, to detect the information contained in the phase and amplitude modulation of the sub-carrier and turn it into signals suitable for driving a three-color, shadow-mask picture tube. View full abstract»

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  • A Flesh-Tone Correction Circuit

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  • New Triple Diodes Avoid Tracking and Large-Signal Problems

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    Tuning the AM-bands with tuning diodes (VVC-diodes) offers many advantages, especially in car radios. The characteristics and technology of the first member of a new generation of tuning diodes is presented. The salient features of this triple diode are its outstanding large-signal performance and the excellent tracking between the discrete diodes on the same chip. The specific characteristics of this new diode give rise to unconventional circuitry, examples of which are given. View full abstract»

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  • Piezoelectric Resonators as a Solution to Frequency Selectivity Problems in Color TV Receivers

    Page(s): 195 - 201
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    This paper describes new solid state video and sound i-f amplifiers for a color television receiver. The amplification stages employ all semiconductor integrated circuits. The exacting requirements of selectivity in the i-f amplifier are fulfilled by new frequency selective components, "Piezonator", and with the hybrid filter: the "Piezonate-Filter". The Piezonator is a piezoelectric resonator constructed with a thin ceramic chip hermetically sealed in a glass package. The new model of signal processing sections shows a great improvement in assembly and alignment procedure. View full abstract»

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  • Integrated-Circuit Stereo Decoder Does Everything

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    The demodulation of FM stereo broadcast information may be accomplished very simply by use of no more than three transistors, four to six diodes, and two small transformers as major system components. All of these components may be very inexpensive with minimal specifications. However, accurate demodulation of FM stereo broadcast information, particularly when the signal to noise ratio of the incoming signal is poor and when the performance must be achieved over a wide ambient temperature range such as, for example, in the automobile radio, is an entirely different matter. View full abstract»

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  • Dynamic Behavior of AGC-AFC Compound System for TV Receivers

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    This report discusses basic design theory for horizontal deflection AFC circuits. This theory was developed from the author's past study, and constitutes the third report of the engineering trilogy [1] [2] on this complex circuit. In the second report of the trilogy [2], the pull-in effect was analyzed by transforming the horizontal AFC circuit into a piece-wise-linear second-order system and making a phase plane analysis of the latter system. However, since subsequent study revealed that Richman's approach [3] in his analysis of color synchronization APC circuits is equally applicable to the analysis of horizontal AFC circuits, the author used Richman's methods to develop simple but practical design formulas for the latter circuits. In addition, it was found that the new theory could be expanded to clarify certain problems concerning pull-in time and interaction with the AGC loop, which were resistant to the former theory. Although there are still many points concerning the mutual effects of AGC and AFC loops that are yet to be clarified, a promising approach to the problem will be described herein. View full abstract»

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This Transactions ceased publication in 1974. The current retitled version is named IEEE Transactions on Consumer Electronics.

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