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Signal Quality in HDTV Production and Broadcast Services

EBU Europe
Written by Warren Kelly | Published in
First published: 01-04-2011
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Create DateJuly 11, 2014
Last UpdatedApril 21, 2015

Technical quality becomes an issue for the home audience when there are evident variations in the quality of different sources available to him. It is self-evident that TV channels presented in an inferior quality will be judged disfavourably to those presented in a higher quality.

Broadcasters must first be mindful of the quality of the audio and video that they generate in their production systems or the material they buy-in. Particular attention must be paid to how their entire programme chain operates and what impact this has on the signal quality as it passes through the programme chain.

In this white paper the quality impact of different distribution platforms among other points, is discussed. To see what other points are discussed pleased download this white paper.


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Signal Quality in HDTV Production and Broadcast Services