Reference is made to the successful operation of a stereo and bilingual multiplex broadcast system by Japanese television stations. Background information relating to the development of TV multiplex systems is presented. problems involved in adapting multiplex systems for use at TV stations and at receiving equipment are set forth. Technical means for receiving these problems are presented. Proposed TV multiplex systems for use in the United States are outlined, including a review of procedures to be followed by the Broadcast Transmission Standards (BTS) Committee of the Electronic Industries Association (EIA).
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