PAL

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PAL

A 625-line 50Hz composite analogue colour television system at 5.5Mhz bandwidth used in Europe, Australia and other parts of the world.

PAL

Phase Alternate Line - The television system used in most European Countries.

PAL

PAL, short for Phase Alternating Line, is a colour encoding system for analogue television used in broadcast television systems in most countries broadcasting at 625-line / 50 field (25 frame) per second (576i). Other common colour encoding systems are NTSC and SECAM. This page primarily discusses the PAL colour encoding system. The articles on br...
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Pal

• (n.) A mate; a partner; esp., an accomplice or confederate.
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PAL

(Digital cameras and photo printers) Phase Alternating Line. A colour television standard developed in Germany in 1967 and used in many European and non-European countries. The image size is 786 x 576 pixels with a frequency of 50 Hz interlaced (2 x 25 half images are generated each second). (NTSC, SECAM)
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Pal

Pal noun [ Etymol. uncertain.] A mate; a partner; esp., an accomplice or confederate. [ Slang]
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PAL

Defines the encoding of colour video signals used mainly in Europe e.g. Britain, Germany, Italy, Spain, Scandinavia, etc. The PAL composite video signal is composed of luminance and chrominance signals. A PAL video frame comprises two interlaced fields transmitted at 50 cycles per second. One frame comprises 625 scan lines. (See also NTSC).
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PAL

Most widespread global technical broadcast standard for analogue TV transmissions.
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Pal

Pal is slang for a friend.
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PAL

PAL stands for Phase Alternation Line, the television broadcasting format most commonly used in Europe
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PAL

Panic Assistance League
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PAL

Parents Are Listening
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PAL

Phase Alteration Line. The TV system used in the UK and many other countries that displays 625 lines on the screen, updating at a rate of 25 frames per second.
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PAL

Phase Alternate (sometimes alternating) Line. Describes the colour phase change in a PAL colour signal. PAL is the European colour encoding TV system featuring 625 lines per frame, 50 fields per second and a 4.43361875 MHz sub-carrier (4.43 MHz). Used mainly in Europe, China, Malaysia, Australia, New Zealand, the Middle East and parts of Africa.
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PAL

Phase Alternate Line. The PAL television system used extensively in Great Britain and western Europe. It is incompatible with other television standards.
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PAL

Phase Alternate Line: a commonly used colour TV system and is the standard for all TV and video equipment used in the UK. The PAL system uses 625 lines to make up a video or TV picture and scans at 50Hz. Unless otherwise specified, PAL video equipment is only compatible with PAL software and TV broadcasts.
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PAL

Phase Alternating Line (tv standard), details ......
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PAL

Phase Alternation Line. A colour television principle developed by W. Bruch which is used in most parts of Europe with the exception of Czech Republic, Slowakia and France. The resolution is 625 lines, the frame rate 50 half images per seconds, the aspect ratio is 4:3. The enhancement is PAL Plus.
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PAL

Phase Alternation Line. System for minimising hue errors in colour transmission used in the EU.
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PAL

Phase Alternation Lines. The colour television system, based on 625 scanning lines, 25 frames/second, 4:3 aspect ratio, used in many countries of the world.
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PAL

Philippine Airlines
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PAL

Planned Admission Level - the number of children planned to be admitted to a school. Used as the basis for determining admission appeals.
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PAL

Planned Admission Limit
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PAL

Posterior axillary line
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