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Satellite tuner:
Receiver for satellite programmes.
SDTV:
Standard Definition TeleVision.
SECAM:
French picture standard.
Set-Top-Box:
Set-Top-Box (STB for short) refers to a device in entertain-
ment electronics which is connected to another device, usually a TV set,
and offers the user additional functional options.
Signal input groups:
Depending on the applied signal, the signal sources
are divided into different groups. All signal input groups with their cor-
responding signal types are the possible inputs are listed below.
TV analogue:
Signal type:
FBAS, YC, RGB-SD (480i/576i), Component-SD (480i/576i)
Input:
Tuner analogue, AV1, AV2, AVS, COMP. In
TV digital:
Signal type:
DVB-SD, HDMI-SD (480i/576i)
Input:
Tuner digital, HDMI1/DVI, HDMI2/DVI
HD analogue:
Signal type:
RGB-HD (video mode: e.g.1920x1080, 1280x720),
Component-HD (video modes: e.g. 1920x1080, 1280x720)
Input:
COMP. IN, PC IN
HD digital:
Signal type:
DVB-HD, HDMI-HD
Input:
Tuner digital, HDMI1/DVI, HDMI2/DVI
PC:
Signal type:
RGB
(PC modes: e.g. 800x600, 1024x768, 1280x1024, 1±60x768)
Input:
PC IN
PhotoViewer:
Input:
USB
Signal strength:
strength of the received antenna signal.
Signal quality:
quality of the incoming antenna signal.
Smart Card:
The Smart Card is an electronic chip card issued by the respec-
tive programme provider or by the certification-free Pay TV operators. It
contains the code which is decoded by the
CA module
.
Static contrast ratio:
Describes the difference between the brightest and
darkest picture display.
Stereo:
Dual-channel audio.
Switching voltage:
Video devices specify this voltage to switch the TV
device to playback.
Symbol rate:
describes the transmission speed for data transmission.
Glossary
T
Terrestrial:
In data transmission a wireless transmission that does not use
satellites as intermediate station is referred to as terrestrial.
TFT:
Thin-Film-Transistor. One widely distributed application is control of
liquid crystal flat screens, for which a signal transistor is used for each
pixel. This design of display is also referred to as active matrix, however
it is frequently also referred to as TFT display.
TOP:
Table of Pages. Teletext system in which the individual pages are
divided into topics. The blocks stand for a higher hierarchy level (e.g.
News, Sport, Programmes) and the groups for the level below (e.g. Home/
Abroad, Football/Tennis). Abbreviations can be assigned to the pages
which are displayed in colour on the bottom line and can be selected
with the four coloured buttons on the remote control. Information is also
transmitted which pages exist and which have sub-pages.
Tuner:
Another term for receiver.
U
USB:
Universal Serial Bus. Serial bus system for connecting external devices
(USB card reader, USB stick).
V
VGA:
PC interface for connecting a monitor.
Virtual Dolby Surround:
A technology certified by Dolby. It creates a virtual
sound from two speakers. Prerequisite is
Dolby Surround
or
Dolby ProLogic
as a source. The used virtualizer processes all multi-channel signals and
gives the impression of additional speakers.
VPS:
The Video Programming System (VPS) is a signal that some (not all)
television transmitters transmit in the vertical blanking interval of the
television signal. The signal is used by video and DVD recorders when re-
cording programmes to react to delays in start time, programme changes
and excesses of the planned program time.
Y
Ycc/Ypp:
Colour standards for
Set-Top-Boxes
.
YCbCr:
Digital colour model, see
COMPONENT IN
.
YPbPr:
Analogue colour model, see
COMPONENT IN
.
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