Analog and digital HD-SDI video have many of the same constraints, and many of the problems that may occur in the digital domain are a result of incorrect analog source video. Therefore, it is important to have standards to reference for the design and operation of both analog and digital HD-SDI video devices.
For many, the HD-SDI video implementation will be part of a hybrid environment, adding complexity to the process of measurement, monitoring and analysis. Tektronix HD-SDI Video tools are designed for multi-format, multi-standard support and provide familiar user interfaces. Tektronix test & measurement tools and technical content will help guide you through the transition process of bringing HD-SDI Video services on line and ensuring operational efficiency.
|High Definition Analog Component Measurement|
Despite the benefits of digital signal processing, the final signal received by the customer is still converted to an analog signal for display on a picture monitor. With the proliferation of a wide variety of digital devices - set-top boxes, Digital Versatile Disk (DVD) players and PC cards - comes a wide range of video formats beside the standard composite output. It is therefore necessary to understand the requirements for measuring analog component High Definition (HD) signals in order to test the performance of these devices.
|Tips & Tricks: Using the TandemVu display in Camera Set Up|
Are you setting up a camera and want to insure that you have the proper signal levels on the first shot? With the Tektronix TandemVu display, you can easily make adjustments within one display for both waveform and vector. Download this Tips & Tricks to find out how to use it in Camera Set Up.
|Tips & Tricks: Using the Lightning display in Camera Set Up|
The Lightning display provides both amplitude and interchannel timing information for the three channels of a component signal – within a single display. Download this Tips & Tricks to find out how to use it in Camera Set Up.
|Guide to Standard HD Digital Video Measurements|
This guide discusses the basics of the digital signal and illustrates the measurements available to ensure your signals are valid & legal.
Camera alignment is the key to great image quality. Alignment-related quality problems are costly to correct, but they're easy to avoid with the help of a versatile waveform monitor and a camera chart. Learn how to get variables like white balance and camera shading right before your first shot.
|Preventing Illegal Colors|
To prevent the undesired impact of color gamut violations, Tektronix has developed several displays that simplify assessment of proper gamut compliance.
|Troubleshooting and Analyzing Digital Video Signals with CaptureVu |
The new CaptureVu function on the WFM7100 and WFM6100 provides a useful tool to assist engineers and operator maintain the video quality of their digital system.
|Understanding Jitter Measurement for Serial Digital Video Signals |
In this technical guide, we describe the different techniques for measuring jitter in serial digital.
|HD and SD Analog Component Video Jitter and Wander Measurements with the VM6000 Jitter & Wander|
Requirements for Managing Jitter and Wander in Analog Component HD and SD Video Signals
|Television Measurements: NTSC SystemsThis booklet provides information on television test and measurement practices and serves as a comprehensive reference on methods of quantifying signal distortions. This publication deals with NTSC composite analog signals. Analog component, digital composite and compontent, and HDTV.....|