the broadcasting of a still or moving image via radiowaves to receivers that project a view of the image on a picture tube.
the process involved.
a set for receiving television broadcasts.
the field of television broadcasting.
the system or process of producing on a distant screen a series of transient visible images, usually with an accompanying sound signal. Electrical signals, converted from optical images by a camera tube, are transmitted by UHF or VHF radio waves or by cable and reconverted into optical images by means of a television tube inside a television set
Also called television set. a device designed to receive and convert incoming electrical signals into a series of visible images on a screen together with accompanying sound
the content, etc, of television programmes
the occupation or profession concerned with any aspect of the broadcasting of television programmes: he’s in television
(modifier) of, relating to, or used in the transmission or reception of video and audio UHF or VHF radio signals: a television transmitter
A dedicated push media device for receiving streaming video and audio, either by terrestrial radio broadcast, satellite or cable.
- Television interface adaptor
hardware, graphics (TIA) The graphics chip in the Atari 2600, also used as a sound chip for some arcade game. (1999-12-06)
noun 1. station (def 8).
- Television tube
noun 1. a cathode-ray tube designed for the reproduction of television pictures Sometimes shortened to tube Also called picture tube
noun 1. an apparatus for transmitting or receiving television.