This comprehensive engineering handbook provides basic principles, key equations, and voluminous reference data on the design, specification, installation, and maintenance of broadcast transmission systems. Explicating the underlying technologies of digital and analog transmission systems, the handbook deals with both the fundamental workings of such systems, and, in context, the 'hot-topic' new approaches driving industry growth - DTV, NTSC, and Digital Audio Broadcasting.
|Publication date:||11th February 2005|
|Author:||Jerry C. Whitaker|
|Publisher:||McGraw-Hill Professional an imprint of McGraw-Hill Education - Europe|
|Categories:||Communications engineering / telecommunications,|
Jerry C. Whitaker is a well-known author is the field of video, TV, HDTV, and radio, and President of Technical Press, Inc. Author and editor of numerous books on technical topics, he wrote the leading technical manual in television, The Standard Handbook of Video and Television Engineering. He is also the author of Video and Television Engineers' Field Manual; DTV: The Revolution in Digital Television; The Communications Facility Design Handbook, as well as other standard references. In 2000, he was appointed Technical Director of ATSC (Advanced Television Systems Committee), the international, non-profit organization charged with developing voluntary standards for digital television. ...More About Jerry C. Whitaker