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Old 07-21-2013, 12:49 AM
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Exclamation VIDEO DATA SYSTEM- the vcr`RDS`system by vps

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_7Vg...etailpage&t=77
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The
GV-698+
incorporates
WSS
signal (
Wide Screen Signaling
) in 8 formats,
FLOP-TELETEXT
in four languages and
VPS
and
PDC
signals for four countries. All
these signals are individually selectable
.
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Easily programmable PDC and VPS

PDC and VPS test facilities are available optionally with the teletext option. Both systems use control information transmitted with the program to start and stop recording of that program on a VCR. For optimum flexibility, you can use any of nine coded PDC or VPS signals and both types of signal can even be transmitted simultaneously. When testing PDC, you can program PIL (date & time), CNI (country & network), PTY, PTL and the program name. You can even test multi labeling. In VPS mode, you can set information on date, transmission time, country indication, TV channel, stereo/dual/mono sound, adult/general program content and the program name. Special PDC and VPS signals such as timer control code, recording inhibit/terminate code, interruption code and continuation code are also available. Programming of the codes for both PDC and VPS is simple, using the instrument's large display and softkeys.
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Old 07-21-2013, 01:02 AM
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Man, you're really into these things. You should consider launching your own website, a comprehensive guide to the world's best VCRs.
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Old 07-21-2013, 02:29 AM
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Old 07-21-2013, 02:30 AM
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Old 07-21-2013, 02:31 AM
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Old 07-21-2013, 09:09 AM
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Looks like an early attempt at PSIP data sent out by ATSC TV broadcasters today. It's too bad the PSIP data isn't standardized as to how many days of program info they send out. Some only send 8 - 12 hours, others up to 5 days of program info.
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Old 07-21-2013, 11:47 PM
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PDC (
Program Delivery Control
)
Systems
PAL B / G / I / D / K selectable ON/OFF
Frequence
6.9375 MHz
Transmission mode
NRZ (no return to zero)
Data line
329 even frame, in a sequence of 400 ms
Content
START, STOP and PAUSE functions selectable.
Country and minute selectable. Month, day and
hour information are fixed to 1.
"0" level
Black level
"1" level
66% ▒5% of the white level
VPS
Systems

PAL B / G / D / K selectable ON/OFF
Frequency
5.5 MHz
Transmission mode
Two-phase
Data line
16 odd frame
Content
Function: START, STOP and PAUSE.
Country and minute selectable. Month, day and
hour information are fixed to 1.
"0" level
Black level
"1" level
66% ▒5% of the white level
http://www.devicemanuals.com/product...XT_manual.html
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PDC ON
When pressing this key with the LED turned on activates function
PDC
(
P
rogram
D
elivery
C
ontrol). With the lower LED of
DISPLAY SELECT
turned
on, the information that appears in field
CHANNEL
corresponds to the country
information. The possibilities are
SPA
(Spain)
, UK
(United Kingdom)
, GER
(Germany)
y
FRA
(France). Between field
CHANNEL
and
CH-FREQ
appears
the information of status
STA
(Start),
STO
(Stop) and
PAU
(Pause). In field
CH_FREQ
the time in minutes of the programming of signal
VPS
appears. The
possibilities are
1m and 5m
. The information of month (1), day (1) and hour (1)
is fixed. The choice between the different possibilities is done with the encoder
selecting first the field and then the function.
Signals VPS and PDC always contain the same information.
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PSIP can also send:

the exact time referenced to UTC and GPS time;the short name, which some stations use to publish their callsign. A maximum of seven characters can be used in a short name.
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Old 07-27-2013, 08:38 PM
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Later we also had the "Show View" VCR programming system in Europe. Instead of programming the start- and stop time and date, each channel and each program had a code. To program the VCR you entered the station code followed by the program code, and that was it. The VCR would then "listen" to the station which would send out a signal corresponding to the program code when the program actually started. Very useful if the program was re-scheduled. As far as i remember it was not in any way dependent on the VCRs clock to work, but relied strictly on information sent out from the station (theoretically, at least).
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Old 07-28-2013, 09:56 AM
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Isn't that was we called VCR plus here in North America?
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Old 07-28-2013, 10:06 AM
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Isn't that was we called VCR plus here in North America?
Sounds similar. I recall they used to publish 5 or 6 (?) digit codes in the TV schedule you could enter with the remote to program your "VCR Plus" equipped VCR.
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Old 07-29-2013, 12:27 AM
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BY THE way vps system is father on popular later fm rds datacast

and this topic is for were come from automatically channel name on the vcr vfd display
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Old 07-29-2013, 01:32 AM
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Later we also had the "Show View" VCR programming system in Europe... relied strictly on information sent out from the station (theoretically, at least).
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Isn't that was we called VCR plus here in North America?
VCR Plus used codes printed in TV guides. That Show View system seems to have worked on embedded signals-quite interesting.

Europe has had a LOT of nice technologies in their TV broadcasts that we never got here in the USA. Wide-screen standard-definition sets were common before HDTV started, with an automatic signal to change the TV's aspect ratio in each show. Another nice one was Teletext. It was briefly tried in the USA in the late 1980s but never succeeded. When I visited the UK and Ireland in 2000, Teletext was going strong. I used that more on my hotel TV sets than ever watching any programs. They also have (or had) "free view" satellite TV, while we only have (yuck!) expensive Dish Network and DirecTV, though we can get some amount of free satellite signals here with the right combination of equipment.

Those four colored buttons you often see on remote controls got their start with Teletext signals.
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Old 07-29-2013, 01:33 PM
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yes,here in japan auto format switching muse hd fotmat is also cool,and i try to explain this
this is rear panels of japanese vcr`s with satelite bluit in tuners and descriptyon on muse hd terminals;also ghoust reduction connectors;etc

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By the way, in that wide-enabled TV showed the fashion in this era, and the letter "WIDE", indicator This is your lucky day. It does not appear to be that recorded for it by automatically recognizing the wide broadcasting, but it will be good or also if comparatively 4:3 source because a principal in private.
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 input from additional optical connector of SKY
By the way, it is like a ghost reduction tuner supporinput 3 is a decoder for WOWOW originally.
This is a BS tuner was designed on the assumption that it is combined with the NV-V8000 and NV-FS900 at the BS tuner Panasonic. There was also a ghost-clear tuner.

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Terminal of the tuner-related is concentrated. It is a quite busy terminal group. Because, because you have it corresponds to the MUSE-NTSC converter of high-definition.
http://ura.caldc.com/stannum/decoders/index.html
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Old 07-30-2013, 02:23 AM
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Yes, Japan has had the most cool TV technologies of all! When I did visit Akihabara in 2000 and 2003, I thought that I was a child in the biggest candy store in the world.
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Old 07-30-2013, 02:15 PM
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