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F
FLOF:
Full Level One Facilities. Teletext system in which designations and
numbers of the jump destinations are transmitted separately for every
page on the bottom line. This guides the reader to related topics for
example. An information about which pages exist and which pages have
sub-pages is not available in FLOF.
H
HDCP:
High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection. Coding system
provided for the interfaces
DVI
and
HDMI
for protected transmission of
audio and video data.
HDMI:
High Definition Multimedia Interface is a newly developed interface
for full digital transmission of audio and video data.
HDTV:
High Definition Television is an umbrella term that covers a number
of high resolution television standards.
HD-Ready:
A quality seal that is awarded to products which are capable
of displaying high-definition television (
HDTV
).
High band and Low band:
Transmission ranges for satellites.
I
ID3 tags:
Additional information for MP± and WMA audio files. Informa-
tion about the singer, title, album and album cover can be saved here
among other things. These data are edited on the PC by an ID± tag
editor.
J
JPEG/JPG:
Joint Photographic Experts Group is a committee that has
developed a standard method of compression for digital images. This
JPEG method (
JPG
for short) named after the committee is a widely used
graphic format for photos.
L
LCD:
Liquid Crystal Display.
LCN:
Logical Channel Numbers. In stations with LCN, the channel location
number belonging to the station is also transmitted by the provider. The
stations are sorted according to these channel location numbers.
L-Link:
Intelligent system connection between Loewe devices for the
automatic exchange of information. Makes the operation of TV and
Loewe system components even more convenient.
LNB/LNC:
The crucial electronic component of a satellite antenna is
referred to as an LNB (Low Noise Block Converter). It is mounted in the
focal point of a parabolic antenna. The designation
LNC
(Low Noise
Converter) indicates that conversion to lower intermediate frequency
takes place. The supplemental block in the LNB refers to the fact that a
whole frequency range (a block) is converted in each case.
M
MHEG-5:
Digital teletext standard of the Multimedia and Hypermedia
Expert Group. At the moment only available in United Kingdom and
Ireland.
Modulator:
Transmitter in the video or DVD recorder so that the devices
can receive signals via the tuner of the TV device.
Mono:
Single-channel audio.
MPEG:
Digital compression process for video.
MP3:
Data format for compressed audio files.
N
Network ID:
NID refers to the so-called programme ID number also known
as network ID – a number between 0 and 8191. This specification is
necessary in specific cable networks of some countries. Then only DVB
signals of this station network are searched for.
NICAM:
Audio standard. Is used in Denmark, England, France, Sweden,
and Spain.
NTSC:
American picture standard.
P
Page Catching:
For Teletext, refers to going to and calling a page
number.
PAL:
European picture standard.
PCM:
Pulse Code Modulation for digital audio.
Picture in Picture:
See
PIP
.
PIP:
Picture in Picture; a function which displays two pictures on the
screen.
Pixel:
Refers to the smallest unit of a digital grid graphic and its repre-
sentation on a screen with grid control.
Pixel error:
A pixel error is a defective pixel, usually on an LCD. Pixel errors
may be caused by production faults. They are expressed for example by
a constantly lit pixel or a constantly black pixel. Single defective pixels
however are excluded from a guarantee.
Progressive JPEG:
Progressive
JPEG
s are built up gradually. The picture
quality improves continuously during loading.
ProScan/Progressive Scan:
Progressive Scan (abbr. PS) or full picture
method is a technique in the picture build-up of monitors, TV sets,
beamers, and other display devices in which the output device is not
sent line interlaced half pictures – unlike in the interlace technique – but
real full pictures.
R
RGB:
Colour signals red, green and blue.
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