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Issue 2 • Date May 1982

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  • IEEE Transactions on Consumer Electronics - Table of contents

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  • IEEE Broadcast, Cable, and Consumer Electronics Society

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  • 1982 IEEE Group on Consumer Electronics Administrative Committee

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  • 1982 IEEE Group on Consumer Electronics Officers and Committee Chairmen

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  • International Conference on Consumer Electronics

    Page(s): iii - vii
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  • Minutes of Administrative Committee Meeting Consumer Electronics Group

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  • Open Letter to Consumer Electronics Members Re Fellow Awards:

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  • A Continuously Variable Temperature Compensated Gamma Correction Circuit

    Page(s): 129 - 134
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    A gamma correction circuit suitable for video frequencies is described in this paper. The exponent gamma can be varied continuously from 0.4 to 2.2 by a single potentiometer. The circuit is temperature compensated for all values of gamma and is suitable for integration as a single monolithic chip. View full abstract»

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  • Ringing of Flyback Transformers

    Page(s): 135 - 147
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    In this paper the third harmonic tuning of dissipative flyback transformers is discussed and conditions for minimum ringing and rules of variation of ringing voltage are investigated as the leakage inductance is tuned near minimum ringing. View full abstract»

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  • Horizontal, Vertical and Regulator Control IC

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    The automatic frequency and phase control loop used for television horizontal-line synchronization is an ideal clock source for a vertical-countdown system. The frequency and phase stability of the properly applied line-derived clock results in improved interlace and eliminates the vertical-hold control. Line-synchronized signals are also presently used for the discrete generation of control signals for SCR or transistor-based power-supply regulators. Combining the horizontal, vertical, and regulator functions on a single monolithic IC takes advantage of their commonality and eliminates over 70 components in related circuits. Specifically, the deflection processor shown in Fig. 1 performs the following functions: a) generates horizontal and vertical drive signals which are phase-locked to the video-derived sync; b) generates the control signal for the receiver's voltage regulator; c) regulates the IC supply; d) controls the IC and receiver startup; e) corrects for VCR skew error; and f) preamplifies the vertical-scan signal. View full abstract»

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  • IEEE copyright form

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  • Instructions to Authors of Papers to be Published in the Transactions on Consumer Electronics

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The primary purpose for publishing the Transactions of the Consumer Electronics Society is to present to the membership and the engineering community in general, papers on new technology oriented to Consumer Electronics.

 

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