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'''High-Definition television''' (HDTV) refers to the broadcasting of television signals with a higher resolution than traditional formats ([[NTSC]], [[SECAM]], [[PAL]]) allow. Highest spec-level for all-digital television, compared to [[SDTV]] and [[EDTV]].
 
'''High-Definition television''' (HDTV) refers to the broadcasting of television signals with a higher resolution than traditional formats ([[NTSC]], [[SECAM]], [[PAL]]) allow. Highest spec-level for all-digital television, compared to [[SDTV]] and [[EDTV]].
  
For overview see [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High-definition_television Wikipedia article]
 
  
 
== Related Links ==
 
== Related Links ==
* [[:Category:HDTV_Database|HDTVs]]
 
 
* [[Configuring HDTV]]
 
* [[Configuring HDTV]]
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* [[HD Playback Reports]]
 
* [[ATSC]] - committee that releases certain HDTV standards
 
* [[ATSC]] - committee that releases certain HDTV standards
 
* [[DVB]] - set of drivers used by certain HDTV cards
 
* [[DVB]] - set of drivers used by certain HDTV cards
* [[pcHDTV HD-3000]] - one type of HDTV card
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* [[Video Capture Card]] - List of video capture cards, including HDTV
  
 
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High-Definition television (HDTV) refers to the broadcasting of television signals with a higher resolution than traditional formats (NTSC, SECAM, PAL) allow. Highest spec-level for all-digital television, compared to SDTV and EDTV.


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