Architecture of the French LSI Set for Antiope Teletext Decoders
|Author(s):||Yves Noirel ; Bernard Marti ; Alain Poignet|
|Publisher:||Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers|
|Publication Date:||1 February 1980|
|Conference Location:||Toronto, ON, Canada|
|Conference Date:||1 February 1980|
|Page(s):||135 - 144|
The Antiope Videotex System is composed of two completely separate parts. The Data Transmission System (DIDON) and the Display System (Antiope). The Data Transmission System derives from a CCETT standardized protocol which can be used for teletext as well as for any other kind of data services such as facsimile or remote control. The future availability of a discontinued 819 line television system within France and the possibility of using that network for data broadcast has pushed the development of DIDON and the LSI's required for its use.