Chapter 1: Applications of Television – Grob TV End Chapter Exercise

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Chapter 1: Applications of Television

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Chapter 1

Applications of Television

1-1

  • a. A picture tube is similar to a loudspeaker.
  • b. The two Baseband signals are video and audio.
  • c. Video signals have a higher frequency compared to audio signals.

1-2

  • a. The vidicon is a camera tube.
  • b. The chroma subcarrier signal frequency is 3.58 MHz.
  • c. The frequency in TV channel 2 broadcast is 54 – 60 MHz.
  • d. The maximum beam current in the picture tube is for white in the picture.

1-3

What are the abbreviations for the following types of equipment?

  • a. Special-effects generator. SEG
  • b. Studio-transmitter link. STL
  • c. Electronic newsgathering. ENG

1-4

  • a. Rotating heads increase the writing speed for video recording. T
  • b. The type C video recorder produces two slanted tracks on the tape for each picture field. T

1-5

  • a. TV channel receiver set for cable input in a 36-channel system is 3, 4 or 6.
  • b. The head end feed the trunk.
  • c. The line drop is at the subscriber branch.

1-6

  • a. Facsimile is an example of slow-scan TV.
  • b. Facsimile pictures generate low video frequency, compared with those for TV broadcasting. T
  • c. An infrared vidicon camera tube can show difference of temperature in the scene. T

1-7

  • a. The channel 3 signal is a modulated RF signal.
  • b. The maximum RF signal at the antenna input terminals from a video game is 3 mV.

1-8

  • a. A modern unit has two functions: modulation and demodulation. T
  • b. The ASCII code uses 128 combinations of 7 bits for alphanumeric information. T

1-9

  • a. The Flyback high voltage depends on horizontal scanning.
  • b. AFC is used for horizontal synchronization.
  • c. Channel 14 is a UHF channel.

Matching Type:

 

1. Vidicon

2. Baseband signal

3. TV channel bandwidth

4. Channel 2 frequencies

5. Amplitude modulation

6. Frequency modulation

7. Picture frames per second

8. Horizontal lines per frame

9. Cable television

10. Special-effects generator

11. Channel 3 or 4

12. Infrared TV

13. Facsimile

14. Coaxial cable impedance

15. Chroma signal

16. Byte

17. Intercarrier frequency

18. Anode high voltage

– Camera tube

– Video signal

– 6 MHz

– 54 to 60 MHz

– RF picture carrier signal

– RF sound carrier signal

– 30

– 525

– Head end

– SEG

– VCR RF output

– Closed-circuit TV

– Slow-scan TV

– 75 ohms

– 3.58 MHz

– 8 bits

– 4.5 MHz

– Brightness

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