The author shows readers what kinds of tests need to be done on digital audio signals and the equipment needed
The world around us is analog. Our perception mechanism is also analog. Standard audio transducers, such as the microphone and the loudspeaker, are analog
The original development of analog television was based on the concept of direct, real-time, on-air transmission of live programs and, occasionally, films.
In the 1980s, many interested parties began developing concepts of advanced television, or HDTV, geared at reproducing superior-quality 16:9 aspect ratio
Given history, the development of accepted standards for digital video could be a challenge. The author takes a look at standards bodies and the industry’s past standards
Combining multiple audio channels into a single stream is called multiplexing. It’s complex and requires careful planning. However, there are many solutions available, which the author reviews
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