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Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
WEAPONS FOR THOSE ON DTV's FRONTLINES * Decoding key to the mysteries of PSIP * Helpful guidelines for the design of set-top boxes, DTV receivers, video recorders, and cable-ready devices PSIP ANNOTATED You can ease the intense time-to-market pressure in DTV product design and development with this unique, helpful guide. Written by a principal author of the protocol-himself a senior engineer working in DTV device creation-PSIP annotates and explains the complexities of the standard. The only technical guide that offers comprehensive coverage of the standard that you must implement successfully to make digital and interactive TV devices work, this book helps you: * Understand PSIP information, with clear run-throughs on complexities in data representation, tables, and descriptors * Save design time with guidelines, considerations, requirements, and checklists * Design cable-ready devices and use navigation data delivered on the out-of-band channel * Answer questions on PSIP expandability, from reserved fields to private data and collision avoidance * Understand how the "V-chip" system works in digital television * Comply with emergency alert system standards and meet EAS requirements * Get a better grasp on PSIP with information on the standard's background and an insider's history of reasons technical choices were made * Look up needed facts in the complete ATSC A/65 standard The Broadcast Industry's Official Technical Guide to DTV and Interactive TelevisionEyer, Mark is the author of 'Psip Program and System Information Protocol Naming, Numbering, and Navigation for Digital Television' with ISBN 9780071389990 and ISBN 0071389997.