Television Receivers provides complete coverage of television receiver theory and practice, from basic principles of analogue monochrome and colour reception to digital television. The second edition now provides coverage of teletext, the SCART connector, satellite television and digital TV broadcasting and reception. Features - comprehensive introduction to the principles of TV receivers - comprehensive coverage of digital terrestrial and satellite television including the servicing of digital TV receivers - includes chapters on SCART connectors, teletext and satellite TV - includes coverage of NICAM digital stereo, Dolby surround sound, computer controlled receivers and digital techniques used - includes examples of TV circuits used by manufacturers - assumes only basic technical knowledge - uses a minimum of mathematics. This is an ideal textbook for students studying for BTEC levels 2, 3 and 4, City & Guilds courses and anyone involved with television reception as a main or subsidiary topic. It also provides a useful reference for practising TV servicing engineers.
K F Ibrahim is a Senior Lecturer at the College of North West London. He has vast experience in the field of TV and electronics and has written many books on the subject.