Silicon Processing for the VLSI Era, Vol. 3: The Submicron by Stanley Wolf

By Stanley Wolf

Quantity three: The Submicron MOSFET. Treats the subjects of submicron MOSFET equipment physics and the connection among such gadget physics and submicron MOSFET fabrication. DLC: built-in circuits - Very huge scale.

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For 10-bit systems, the values of 000H–003H and 3FCH–3FFH are reserved for timing information, to maintain compatibility with 8-bit systems. The YCbCr or R´G´B´ levels to generate 75% color bars are discussed in Chapter 3. Digital R´G´B´ signals are defined to have the same nominal levels as Y to provide processing margin and simplify the digital matrix conversions between R´G´B´ and YCbCr. SDTV Sample Rate Selection Line-locked sampling of analog R´G´B´ or YUV video signals is done. 11. Another important feature is that the sampling is locked in phase so that one sample is coincident with the 50% amplitude point of the falling edge of analog horizontal sync (0H).

For 10-bit systems, the values of 000H–003H and 3FCH–3FFH are reserved for timing information, to maintain compatibility with 8-bit systems. The YCbCr or R´G´B´ levels to generate 75% color bars are discussed in Chapter 3. Digital R´G´B´ signals are defined to have the same nominal levels as Y to provide processing margin and simplify the digital matrix conversions between R´G´B´ and YCbCr. SDTV Sample Rate Selection Line-locked sampling of analog R´G´B´ or YUV video signals is done. 11. Another important feature is that the sampling is locked in phase so that one sample is coincident with the 50% amplitude point of the falling edge of analog horizontal sync (0H).

The closer a color is to the boundary, the more saturated it is. Colors within the boundary are perceived as becoming more pastel as the center of the diagram (white) is approached. Each point on the diagram, representing a unique color, may be identified by its x and y coordinates. In the CIE system, the intensities of red, green, and blue are transformed into what are called the tristimulus values, which are represented by the capital letters X, Y, and Z. These values represent the relative quantities of the primary colors.

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