How many times per second is a new frame transmitted in a fast-scan (NTSC) television system?
How many horizontal lines make up a fast-scan (NTSC) television frame?
How is an interlace scanning pattern generated in a fast-scan (NTSC) television system?
What is blanking in a video signal?
Which of the following is an advantage of using vestigial sideband for standard fast scan TV transmissions?
What is vestigial sideband modulation?
What is the name of the video signal component that carries color information?
Which of the following is a common method of transmitting accompanying audio with amateur fast-scan television?
What hardware, other than a transceiver with SSB capability and a suitable computer, is needed to decode SSTV based on Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM)?
Which of the following is an acceptable bandwidth for Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM) based voice or SSTV digital transmissions made on the HF amateur bands?
What is the function of the Vertical Interval Signaling (VIS) code transmitted as part of an SSTV transmission?
How are analog slow-scan television images typically transmitted on the HF bands?
How many lines are commonly used in each frame on an amateur slow-scan color television picture?
What aspect of an amateur slow-scan television signal encodes the brightness of the picture?
What signals SSTV receiving equipment to begin a new picture line?
Which of the following is the video standard used by North American Fast Scan ATV stations?
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of FMTV (Frequency-Modulated Amateur Television) as compared to vestigial sideband AM television?
What is the approximate bandwidth of a slow-scan TV signal?
On which of the following frequencies is one likely to find FMTV transmissions?
What special operating frequency restrictions are imposed on slow scan TV transmissions?
If 100 IRE units correspond to the most-white level in the NTSC standard video format, what is the level of the most-black signal?
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