We are well into the digital age of video. Maybe some of you remember when our televisions were being replaced because they lacked a digital tuner, and subsequently also became flatter and wider. This wasn’t just because the video signal went from analog to digital. Consumers decided that a 16:9 aspect ratio was much more appealing than a traditional 4:3 aspect ratio. The technology behind these televisions became better, and therefore became flatter and lighter.
When we say that a video signal is digital, what exactly does that mean, and how does it affect our video systems as we design them using this technology? Learn what your options are for video distribution and the pros and cons of the various methods in this FREE report.
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