Mastering Digital Television: The Complete Guide to the DTV Conversion (McGraw-Hill Video/Audio Professional)
By Jerry Whitaker
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional 2006 529 Pages
PDF 4 MB
Written by top technical author Jerry Whitaker, Mastering Digital Television provides the tools needed to design, maintain, and troubleshoot DTV equipment and signals -- effectively and cost efficiently. This guide helps answer the challenge posed by a mandated major technical changeover—analog to digital—in a concise, expertly written manner.
Ideal for engineers and technicians charged with DTV conversions, this practice-focused manual points to the most economical, cost-effective solutions for setting up, running, maintaining, and troubleshooting DTV.
MASTERING DIGITAL TELEVISON:
Details and annotates key DTV broadcast standards with insights only an industry veteran could provide
Provides solutions for tweaking technical parameters that drive DTV system performance
Clearly explains the functions and capabilities of all major DTV system components
Helps engineers conquer the requirements for the design and building of DTV equipment
Explains the ATSC and SMPTE standards and FCC regulations driving DTV implementation
Provides needed technical information, data, and reference material on transmission systems, antennas, and receivers
Defines optimal testing procedures and equipment
Covering all relevant standards, equipment, and ins and outs, Jerry Whitaker's Mastering Digital Television is the clear choice for on-the-job DTV engineering and technical reference today.