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  CH - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
CH (television system) six CanWest MediaWorks television stations in Canada
Ch interpreter, an interpreted superset of the C programming language
Channel (sometimes abbreviated as "ch." for television and cable stations)
www.arikah.com /encyclopedia/CH   (206 words)

  Terminal authorization method - Patent 5001554
A terminal apparatus for use in a cable television system which provides a plurality of channels capable of being tuned for display at a television receiver is provided.
In particular, at the system control center, a satellite signal may be detected by satellite antenna 2 and then received and decoded at satellite receiver/decoder 3 for distribution via modulator 5 over a distribution cable 6 to the interactive terminals 7, 8 or 9 of the present invention.
System manager 12 further controls an addressable transmitter/receiver 10 for transmitting addressed communications which are uniquely addressed to terminals 7, 8 or 9 and receiving communications at random times or in response to polling requests of terminals.
www.freepatentsonline.com /5001554.html   (15706 words)

  CH (television system) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
CH is a system of six local television stations across Canada, all but one owned by the Global Television unit of CanWest Global.
While CH briefly used the slogan "Closer to Home" when it launched, it is considered more likely that the letters "CH" were derived from the call sign of flagship CHCH, often colloquially abbreviated to "CH" prior to that station's "ONtv" era.
On February 28, 2005, the CRTC approved the disaffiliation of CHBC in Kelowna, British Columbia from the CBC; it became the fifth CH station.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/CH_(television_system)   (566 words)

 CH - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ch (digraph), considered a single letter in several Latin-alphabet languages
CH (television system) four CanWest Global TV stations in Canada
Ch interpreter, an interpreted superset of the C programming language
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/CH   (173 words)

Existing cable television system means a cable television system in operation on April 1, 1974, a cable television system under construction on April 1, 1974, or a cable television system which had received authorization for construction on April 1, 1974.
The cable television system shall be constructed in accordance with FCC requirements and the provisions of this chapter as set forth herein and in the license.
(b) A cable system in an annexed area with a license issued by the Board of Supervisors of the County shall be deemed in compliance with the terms of this chapter for the balance of the term fixed in the County license.
www.ci.phoenix.az.us /CITYCODE/ch005.html   (13529 words)

 Sky Angel: Christian Family-Friendly Television (TV) and Radio
Sky Angel's Christian television music programming plays Christian music videos, Christian rock music videos and Contemporary Christian music videos and more.
Sky Angel is a Christian television broadcasting company.
It has also been referred as sky angel IPTV, angel network, angel sky television, angel tv, sky angel network (skyangel network), Christian cable, angel dominion sky and Sky Angle.
www.skyangel.com   (244 words)

 CH (television system) - TvWiki, the free encyclopedia
Image:CH Logo.jpg CH is a system of four local television stations across Canada, owned by the Global Television unit of CanWest Global.
CH airs several hit U.S. programs, but often Global, which is carried in more cities nationwide than CH, cherry-picks some of CH's hits and airs them on the main network.
While CH briefly used the slogan "Closer to Home" when it launched, it is more likely that the letters "CH" were derived from the call sign of flagship CHCH, often colloquially abbreviated to "CH" prior to that station's "ONtv" era.
www.tvwiki.tv /wiki/CH_(television_system)   (489 words)

 Zworykin   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In 1910 Rosing exhibited a television system, using a mechanical scanner in the transmitter and the electronic Braun tube in the receiver.
In order to increase the flexibility of the system, and to permit outdoor and indoor pickup from remote points, a mobile unit consisting of a pickup truck and transmitter, which operated at 177 megacycles, was placed in service in 1938.
Since in modern television the area of the scanning spot is only about one two-hundred-thousandth of the area of the scanning pattern, only this small fraction of the light of the image can be used.
chem.ch.huji.ac.il /~eugeniik/history/zworykin.htm   (3500 words)

 A U. S. Television Chronology, 1875-1970
The term television is coined by Constantin Perskyi at the International Electricity Congress, part of the 1900 Paris Exhibition (Tube: The Invention of Television by David E Fisher and Marshall Jon Fisher, p.
The licensee of W1WX and W1XAV, Shortwave and Television Laboratory, Inc., was founded on 5 December 1928 by A. "Vic" Morgan, Hollis Baird, and Butler Perry.
British television pioneer John Logie Baird appears on WMCA radio to discuss a proposed television station to be operated jointly by his company and WMCA.
members.aol.com /jeff560/chronotv.html   (7455 words)

 1999 PTFP Television Awards
Birmingham, AL To improve the statewide microwave system operated by the applicant which interconnects the state's nine public television stations.
Duluth, MN This is a request for emergency funding to construct a tower in Grand Marais, MN, for the translator of public television station WDSE, Ch.
WVPT-TV/WVPY-TV Harrisonburg, VA To improve public television station WVPT-TV, Channel 51 in Harrisonburg, VA, and to begin the station's conversion to digital broadcast, by replacing old and obsolete equipment with state-of-the-art digital equipment, including the routing switcher, master control switcher, sync generator, character generator and test equipment.
www.ntia.doc.gov /ptfp/Projects/1999/99grantsSub.cfm?RT=TV   (2973 words)

 cars - CH   (Site not responding. Last check: )
CH is a system of Canadian television stations owned by Global.
CH are the post-nominal letters designating membership of the Order of the Companions of Honour in the British Honours system
CH is a letter in some alphabets derived from the Latin alphabet
www.carluvers.com /cars/CH   (63 words)

 Alarm clock with remote control function - Patent 6714136
The present invention provides an alarm clock remote control system that includes alarm clock circuitry with a microprocessor that is coupled to the alarm clock circuitry, the remote IR diode driving circuitry, an internal buzzer, an alarm, a display, and a plurality of input ports and output ports, and is used for providing central control.
The remote devices activated may be any of a plurality of remote devices that are controllable by the alarm clock remote control system, such as a television, a video cassette recorder, an electronic device tuner, a compact disk player, a video compact disk player, a digital video/versatile disk player, and/or a video cassette recorder.
In one embodiment, the invention includes a remote control alarm system with a microprocessor/microcontroller, coupled to alarm activation circuitry, a remote controller alarm triggering unit, an alarm, a display, and a plurality of input ports and output ports, for providing central control.
www.freepatentsonline.com /6714136.html   (3565 words)

 Technical Glossary -"A"   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Head Loss: The loss of pressure in a flow system measured using a length parameter (i.e., inches of water, inches of mercury).
Hexadecimal: Refers to a base sixteen number system using the characters 0 through 9 and A through F to represent the values.
This phenomenon is often observed in electrodes that have been exposed to the other influences such as temperature, light, or polarization.
www.flw.com /define_h.htm   (734 words)

 Home Toys  Home Technology Demonstration - Systems for Small Spaces
To me a television set is an all in one appliance that I can connect to cable and see, tune and hear television shows without the need of additional equipment.
Suffice it to say that these systems have evolved far enough now that they are not difficult to plug and and configure.
Basically what you end up with is a system where the remote sends it's "CH+" signal to the Media Center and internal software converts that to "CH+" for the set-top box and sends that signal back to the box via the IR blaster device.
www.hometoys.com /homedemo/articles/part07/smallspaces.htm   (4240 words)

 List of Television Awards
Birmingham, AL To improve the interconnection of Alabama Public Television, Birmingham, AL, by replacing 60% of its microwave transmission equipment with digital-ready equipment.
The interconnection system will provide dual channel service to the 4 full-power stations in the state system which provide public television service to the state of Oklahoma.
The station has an agreement with a local school system to conduct educational planning associated with the multicasted signals.
www.ntia.doc.gov /otiahome/ptfp/Projects/1998/tv.htm   (2823 words)

 Global Television Network -   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Asper went on to launch two stations in Saskatchewan, won a legal battle for a station in British Columbia, and acquired a fledgling system in the Maritimes.
In 2000, Global acquired the conventional television assets of Western International Communications (WIC), which owned several stations in Alberta, and those stations were branded as Global on September 4, 2000.
Revised logos for other CanWest entities which use the crescent — namely CH, Prime, Mystery, and DejaView, as well as the company-sponsored CanWest Global Park and CanWest Global Theatre for the Performing Arts, both in Winnipeg — will likely be introduced in the near future.
psychcentral.com /psypsych/Global_TV   (1903 words)

 Ch - OneLook Dictionary Search
CH, ch : Compact Oxford English Dictionary [home, info]
CH, Ch, Ch,.ch, ch, ch : The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language [home, info]
Phrases that include Ch: ch d, sze ch uen, unc ch, ch & h, ch 2000 cardiac diagnostic system, more...
www.onelook.com /cgi-bin/cgiwrap/bware/dofind.cgi?word=Ch   (294 words)

 UC Davis Health System - Pulse, Medical Television on KCRA Ch 3 (Test)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
UC Davis Health System - Pulse, Medical Television on KCRA Ch 3 (Test)
Emmy award-winning health magazine show, airs in 90 of the top 100 television markets in America.
Nationally recognized anchor Beth Ruyak hosts the show, which has been bringing viewers the latest in health-care news and information for more than 10 years.
www.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu /pulse   (102 words)

 WNDU-TV: Press Release Story: WNDU-DT Michiana 's First High Definition Television Station! - December 26, 2000   (Site not responding. Last check: )
All television stations in the United States are beginning the process of converting from the current analog system (called NTSC) to a digital system of transmission.
The system is being changed to take advantage of the vast improvements in technology since the start of television broadcasting in the 1940s.
Digital television can transmit in "standard definition," which is somewhat like direct satellite broadcasts and digital cable.
www.wndu.com /hdtv   (510 words)

Compatible frequency multiplex television system, in which on the transmitting side the luminance signal spectrum is separated into a low frequency portion Y
of the luminance signal spectrum is transmitted as luminance information Y in the television signal and the modulation signal Y* is filtered out of the received television signal on the receiving side and demodulated, and the signal corresponding to the high frequency portion Y
of the luminance signal spectrum extends from the evaluation limit to the television system band limit (for example, 5 MHz in the PAL system).
www.delphion.com /details?pn=EP00454777B1   (204 words)

 Important information on tv system
This article is about systems of Canadian television stations.
CH is a Canadian English language privately owned television system owned by CanWest MediaWorks Inc., a division of CanWest Global Communications
Get a satellite TV system from Dish Network and up to four receivers installed free when you sign up for service.
www.jbap.org /find/TV-System.aspx   (121 words)

 RC Files: - Files by MikeV (1)
System includes all soundfield discrete macros for Marantz SRxx00 series receivers.
Upconvert mapped to Guide, Last mapped to Prev Ch, and Skip +/- mapped to CH+/-.
Tested on the LG which I have, but the Zenith is the same model and should work fine.
www.remotecentral.com /cgi-bin/files/rcfiles.cgi?au=mikev   (278 words)

 Kent JMC Media Power and Culture - Television Development   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Geosynchronous satellites: Earth-synchronous or geosynchronous satellites are placed into orbit so that their period of rotation exactly matches the Earth's rotation.
Television ownership patterns: Network owned and operated or (OandO stations, group ownership, individual ownerships.
The old television system will be phased out gradually.
www.personal.kent.edu /~glhanson/lectures/lecture13.htm   (136 words)

 CTV.ca | ATV
CTV Atlantic news and local information programming is a huge ratings success.
In response to this reach and its unprecedented local line-up, viewers have rewarded CTV Atlantic with unmitigated loyalty, making each of the local CTV News programs the runaway leader in its time period.
As a result, CTV Atlantic consistently dominates the television ratings for all demographics.
www.ctv.ca /servlet/ArticleNews/show/CTVShows/1065812845544_61211386   (240 words)

 Gettysburg College-Department of Information Technology   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Cable television broadcasts - ITT provides the ability for faculty to broadcast locally originated programming in support of the Academic program.
The system also broadcasts international news and cultural programming across the campus closed circuit television system to Academic and residential buildings.
Satellite downlinking - The campus has both C and Ku video downlinking capabilities which allow for the reception and rebroadcast of satellite based video teleconferences, international news and cultural programming.
www.gettysburg.edu /it/itt/media/DistanceLearning   (98 words)

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San Juan did not respond within 30 days to KWOG’s letter requesting carriage as required by the Commission's rules nor did it file an opposition to KWOG’s must carry complaint. Thus, we find that KWOG is entitled to mandatory carriage on the San Juan cable system at issue.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that San Juan SHALL COMMENCE CARRIAGE of the KWOG signal on its cable system serving the Lummi Indian Reservation, within sixty (60) days from the date of the release of this Order.
Section 76.55(e) requires that a commercial broadcast television station’s market be defined by Nielsen Media Research’s DMAs.
www.fcc.gov /Bureaus/Cable/Orders/2002/da020047.doc   (398 words)

 MDM Commercial - We're Just Better Equipped
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