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HDTV

abbr.
high-definition television

HDTV

abbreviation for
(Broadcasting) high definition television

HDTV

high-definition television.
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Noun1.HDTV - a television system that has more than the usual number of lines per frame so its pictures show more detail
telecasting, television, TV, video - broadcasting visual images of stationary or moving objects; "she is a star of screen and video"; "Television is a medium because it is neither rare nor well done" - Ernie Kovacs
Translations
HDTV
TVHD

HDTV

N ABBR =high definition televisiontelevisión f de alta definición

HDTV

abbr of high-definition televisionHDTV nt
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HDTV formats generally refer to the number of vertical display resolution (720 or 1,080), and whether progressive scan frames or interlaced fields are used.
The unit is compatible with all currently used HDTV formats and has a throw ratio that ranges from 0.
Higher speed: Though HDMI has more than twice the bandwidth needed to support all HDTV formats, HDMI will increase its single-link bandwidth to support the demands of future HD display devices, such as higher resolutions, deep color and high frame rates.
It provides a single-board system for a variety of OEM monitor and packaged flat panel display applications including 1080I, 1080P, 1035I, 720P, 480I and 480P HDTV formats.
This new video solution combines the powerful 3D graphics capabilities of the flagship Silicon Graphics(R) Onyx2 workstation with real-time digital high-definition output, allowing broadcasters to generate graphics in HDTV formats for virtual sets, template graphics and real-time character generation.
Mitsubishi's system converts all HDTV formats to 1080I.
3c Certification -- supporting all current HDTV formats including full uncompressed 1080p signals
It is appropriate for a variety of OEM monitor and packaged flat panel display applications including 1080I, 1080P, 1035I, 720P, 480I and 480P HDTV formats.