Kell factor

Definition: Measure of effective resolution of an interlaced scanning system. * The effective resolution is always less than the number of scan lines because of factors such as the random nature of subject detail. * The factor is usually taken as 70% of the scan frequency for broadcast TV, based on work by RD Kell in 1934.

Related Terms: Nyquist rate

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