267-1966 IEEE Trial-Use Recommended Practice for the Preparation and Use of Symbols

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Organization: IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.
Publication Date: 1 January 1966
Status: inactive
Page Count: 15
ICS Code (Graphical symbols in general): 01.080.01
ICS Code (Electronic components in general): 31.020
ISBN (Online): 0-7381-0953-3
DOI: 10.1109/IEEESTD.1966.120169

Abstracts

Standard

The IEEE Standards Coordinating Committee for Letter and Graphic Symbols recognises the need for guidelines to be used in developing and applying those symbols that are employed in the electrical and electronics fields. Such guidelines are useful not only to members of the Standards Coordinating Committee, but are especially helpful to any other committee engaged in developing standards publications.<>

Document History

ST 267:1995 - For Television — Bit-Parallel Digital Interface — Component Video Signal 4:2:2 16×9 Aspect Ratio
June 6, 1995 - Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers

This standard defines an interface for system M (525/59.94) wide screen, 16×9 aspect ratio, digital television equipment based on ITU-R 601-3. Two luminance sampling rates are provided, 13.5-MHz sampling providing full-signal compatibility with equipment operating in compliance with ANSI/SMPT...

ST 267:1995 - For Television — Bit-Parallel Digital Interface — Component Video Signal 4:2:2 16×9 Aspect Ratio
June 6, 1995 - Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers

This standard defines an interface for system M (525/59.94) wide screen, 16×9 aspect ratio, digital television equipment based on ITU-R 601-3. Two luminance sampling rates are provided, 13.5-MHz sampling providing full-signal compatibility with equipment operating in compliance with ANSI/SMPT...

267-1966 - IEEE Trial-Use Recommended Practice for the Preparation and Use of Symbols
January 1, 1966 - IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.

The IEEE Standards Coordinating Committee for Letter and Graphic Symbols recognises the need for guidelines to be used in developing and applying those symbols that are employed in the electrical and electronics fields. Such guidelines are useful not only to members of the Standards Coordinating Com...

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