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Issue 3 • Date Sept. 1971

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  • IEEE Transactions on Broadcasting - Table of contents

    Publication Year: 1971 , Page(s): c1
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  • IEEE Broadcasting Group

    Publication Year: 1971 , Page(s): c2
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  • Editor's Note

    Publication Year: 1971 , Page(s): 61
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  • Broadcasting: Evolution of Policy

    Publication Year: 1971 , Page(s): 62 - 64
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    Telecommunications has developed dramatically since Marconi. Technological advances making possible new services have had a profound impact on society. Electronic communications have become an integral and essential part of modern life. They have changed the pace of life, have broadened perspectives, made cultural demands more sophisticated. View full abstract»

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  • Setting FCC License Fees According to Frequency Spectrum Utilization: A Suggestion

    Publication Year: 1971 , Page(s): 64 - 69
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    Economists have argued in the past that the frequency spectrum should be sold or leased to the highest bidder. Because of technical and political problems with that suggestion, this paper proposes an alternative. As a first step, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) should consider making license fees proportional to bandwidth times population in the area of coverage. This would create an incentive for users to transmit on smaller bandwidths and in low population areas or to switch from over-the-air transmission to transmission by wire. Some practical problems with the proposed solution are also discussed. View full abstract»

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  • Three-Channel FM Stereo Multiplex System for Compatible Broadcasting

    Publication Year: 1971 , Page(s): 70 - 77
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    A system for transmitting and receiving three independent stereophonic channels by FM multiplex is described. This system has the advantage of being compatible with monophonic and two-channel stereophonic FM receivers without any significant loss in their output signal-to-noise ratios (less than 1 dB) and without having to utilize any part of the SCA band. Compatibility of the three-channel stereophonic receiver with a one-or two-channel broadcast is achieved by the use of an additional pilot signal that does not cause any increase in the instantaneous frequency deviation of the FM carrier. The additional noise in the output of the three-channel receiver appears to be less than 6 dB above the noise that is now present in two-channel receivers. View full abstract»

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  • The Vertical Interval: A General-Purpose Transmission Path

    Publication Year: 1971 , Page(s): 77 - 82
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    Equipment is now available to utilize the vertical interval of the television signal to transmit digital information. A vertical interval (VI) encoder selects any line, 13 through 20, onto which is clocked the data originating from a character generator, computer or other digital device. At the receiving point, data are decoded for display in "real time" using a character generator, printed out in hard copy, or used to initiate electromechanical operations through proper interfaces. View full abstract»

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  • The Measurement of Short-Time Waveform Distortion in NTSC TV Facilities

    Publication Year: 1971 , Page(s): 83 - 87
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    The concept of short-time waveform distortion (SD) permits us to express in numbers the subjective quality of fine details in a TV picture. Various schemes to do so are briefly reviewed in order to find a method that will apply most advantageously for the system MU. S. and Canada (4 MHz, 525 lines). Having chosen the T-step technique, an oscilloscope graticule is presented together with methods of determining short-time waveform distortion arithmetically without a graticule. View full abstract»

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    Publication Year: 1971 , Page(s): 87a
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  • Information for authors

    Publication Year: 1971 , Page(s): 87b - 87c
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IEEE Transactions on Broadcasting covers the field of broadcast technology, including the production, distribution, transmission, and propagation aspects of broadcasting.

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