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9.1 The spectrum of a vestigial-sideband (VSB) monochrome television transmission. http://what-when-how.com/display-interfaces/standards-for-analog-video-part-i-television-display-interfaces-part-1/ page 163
9.2 Details of the spectral structure of a monochrome video signal. http://what-when-how.com/display-interfaces/standards-for-analog-video-part-i-television-display-interfaces-part-1/ 164
9.3 Through the selection of the colour subcarrier frequency and modulation method, the components of the colour information (‘chrominance’) are placed between the ‘pickets’ of the original monochrome transmission. http://what-when-how.com/display-interfaces/standards-for-analog-video-part-i-television-display-interfaces-part-1/ 165
9.4 Colour information in a subcarrier signal ‘concealed within’ the main picture signal. https://antiqueradio.org/RCACT-100TelevisionDesign.htm 166
9.5 I-Q axes and the colour wheel. https://antiqueradio.org/RCACT-100TelevisionDesign.htm#Three_Modulation_Methods 167
9.6 Analogue QAM (quadrature amplitude modulated) measured PAL colour bar signal on a vector analyser screen. https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:PAL_colour_bar_signal_measured_vector_edit.svg 170
9.7 and 9.8 The players’ paths in Beckett's Quad. 171

Tables

9.1 Technical permutation schema of Beckett’s works for television 158
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