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Broadcasters, MPEG Troubleshooting and the 2009 Switchover

Triveni Digital
Written by Warren Kelly | Published in
First published: 03-01-2009
Size223.81 KB
Create DateAugust 28, 2014
Last UpdatedApril 16, 2015

One of the significant differences between analog television and digital television is quality assurance. Analog networks require a completely different toolset for isolating and resolving network faults. In many cases, the best tool for diagnosing an analog video problem is a video monitor and a test pattern. For analog video, it is usually safe to assume that an underlying signal issue will have similar impact on different television sets.

This white paper discusses, in detail, the  two main concerns when evaluating an MPEG monitor.

Broadcasters, MPEG Troubleshooting and the 2009 Switchover