Digital Television & Video

Peter B. Seel, Ph.D.*


Digital television and video technology continues to evolve globally at an accelerated pace driven by Moore’s Law, with improved display technologies and continued improvements in digital cameras. Digital displays are getting larger, with 65-inch UDTV sets now selling for half ($900) of what they cost in 2016 —and massive 88-inch home OLED displays are now on sale. Image enhancements such as High-Dynamic Range (HDR) and QLED quantum dots are driving the sales of premium displays.

The global transition to digital television transmission is now largely complete. The inclusion of high-quality 4K video cameras in the next generation of 5G mobile phones will improve their images and increase ...

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