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Oliphant Andrew: Colour television systems. British Broadcasting, January 19, 1983: GB2101835-A (12 worldwide citation)

In a colour television system the luminance signal is split into high and low frequency components, the high-frequency luminance components are frequency shifted to above the conventional television bandwidth. A conventional receiver uses the low-frequency luminance components (Y1) and the chrominan ...


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Oliphant Andrew: Colour television systems.. British Broadcasting, January 19, 1983: EP0070154-A2 (8 worldwide citation)

In a colour television system the luminance signal is split into high and low frequency components, the high-frequency luminance components are frequency shifted to above the conventional television bandwidth. A conventional receiver uses the low-frequency luminance components (Y1) and the chrominan ...


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Schagen Pieter: Improvements in or relating to colour television systems. Mullard, June 27, 1962: GB899969-A (5 worldwide citation)

899,969. Colour and stereoscopic television. MULLARD Ltd. April 27, 1960 [July 3, 1959], No. 22959/59. Class 40(3) A combined colour and stereoscopic television system comprises means for transmitting on a first channel simultaneous or dot-sequential signals representing two out of three colour comp ...


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Clarke Christopher Keith Perry: Colour television systems. British Broadcasting, July 13, 1983: GB2112245-A (4 worldwide citation)

In a colour television signal the luminance signal is modulated onto a subcarrier so as to occupy a frequency band above the chrominance band. The frequency spectrum comprises the sound signal modulated to occupy the lowest portion (1.5 MHz for 625/50 PAL System I), the chrominance signal modulated ...


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Martinez Antonio: Improvements in or relating to colour television systems. Marconi, June 22, 1966: GB1033413-A (4 worldwide citation)

1,033,413. Colour television. MARCONI CO. Ltd. May 10, 1963 [July 24, 1962], No. 28435/62. Heading H4F. In a colour television transmitter a luminance signal is derived which is composed of two portions occupying adjacent frequency bands, one, occupying the lower frequency band, representing the com ...


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Improvements in electron discharge devices used for picture reproduction in colour television systems and methods of manufacturing such devices. Sam H Kaplan, May 4, 1960: GB834030-A (3 worldwide citation)

834,030. Colour television tubes. KAPLAN, S. H. Sept. 5, 1956 [Sept. 6, 1955], No. 27148/56. Class 39(1). An electron discharge device for displaying luminar images including at least two distinct colourscomprises an evacuated envelope containing a target member 23, Fig. 2, visible to an observer th ...


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Improvements in or relating to colour television systems. Telefunken Patent, February 15, 1967: GB1058604-A (3 worldwide citation)

1,058,604. Colour television. TELEFUNKEN PATENTVERWERTUNGS G.m.b.H. Feb. 21, 1964 [March 1. 1963], No. 7440/64. Heading H4F. In a colour television system there is transmitted a luminance signal and a chrominance signal produced by quadrature amplitude modulation of a colour carrier wave by two colo ...


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Gargini Eric John: Improved colour television systems and apparatus. Communications Patents, July 15, 1970: GB1198986-A (3 worldwide citation)

1,198,986. Colour television. COMMUNICATIONS PATENTS Ltd. 27 July, 1967 [9 Aug., 1966], No. 35646/66. Heading H4F. Colour television signals are transmitted with the aid of a single carrier wave which is amplitude modulated in respect of luminance information and is angle modulated in respect of hue ...


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Colour television systems. Farmer N, Winning B, October 16, 1974: GB1370425-A (2 worldwide citation)

1370425 Colour television tubes N FARMER and B WINNING [trading as FARMERS] 26 Nov 1971 [28 Aug 1970 10 March 1971] 41635/70 and 6481/71 Heading H1D In a colour television tube of the index type, the index electrodes comprise parallel conductive strips which are connected together alternately at the ...


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Colour television transmission systems for transmission by means of at least one satellite. Georges Valensi, January 19, 1966: GB1017123-A (2 worldwide citation)

1,017,123. Pulse code modulation systems; colour television; radio signalling. G. VALENSI. Nov. 5, 1962 [Nov. 3, 1961; Nov. 29, 1961; May 28, 1962; July 13, 1962; Sept. 21, 1962], No. 41744/62. Headings H4F and H4L. Colour television is transmitted using pulse code modulation via one or more artific ...