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Information processing: US Patent 4,409,617

Norman P. Whitehead; Kenneth D. Boness; Roger Martin (1983) Information processing: US Patent 4,409,617. US Patent No 4,409,617.

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An information processor for rendering input data compatible with standard video recording and/or display equipment, comprizing means for digitizing the input data over periods which are synchronous with the fields of a standard video signal, a store adapted to store the digitized data and release stored digitized data in correspondence wiht the line scan of a standard video monitor, the store having two halves which correspond to the interlaced fields of a standard video signal and being so arranged that one half is filed while the other is emptied, and means for converting the released stored digitized data into video luminance signals. The input signals may be in digital or analogue form. A second stage which reconstitutes the recorded data is also described.

Item Type:Patent
Divisions:Science > School of Mathematical, Physical and Computational Sciences > Department of Computer Science
ID Code:6069

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