1 edition of VIDEOTEX systems and services found in the catalog.
VIDEOTEX systems and services
1980 by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Telecommunications and Information Administration in [Washington, D.C.?] .
Written in English
|Statement||L.R. Bloom ... [et al.]|
|Series||NTIA-report -- 80-50, NTIA report -- 80-50|
|Contributions||Bloom, Louis Richard, 1914-, United States. National Telecommunications and Information Administration|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 158 p. :|
|Number of Pages||158|
This promotional brochure, one of 10 in a series on videotex, explains applications of videotex and the North American Presentation Level Protocol Syntax (NAPLPS) standard system (known as Telidon in Canada) for creating, storing, and transmitting text and color graphics information on a television screen or computer terminal. The specific projects that are described include Canadian.
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Videotex (or interactive videotex) was one of the earliest implementations of an end-user information the late s to early s, it was used to deliver information (usually pages of text) to a user in computer-like format, typically to be displayed on a television or a dumb terminal. In a strict definition, videotex is any system that provides interactive content and displays.
VIDEOTEX systems and services. (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Louis Richard Bloom; Institute for Telecommunication Sciences.
Videotex, an electronic data-retrieval system in which usually textual information was transmitted via telephone or cable television lines and displayed on a television set or video display terminal.
Videotex was originally designed in the early s. It was an information-delivery system for the home, and one of the earliest incarnations of an end-user information system. Videotex is a name used internationally to represent a class of home and business information services which disseminate information or provide for transactional services from public information suppliers.
The system makes use of the home television set as an essential still-picture display medium where the consumer may select what is displayed.
Videotex offers systems where you can collaborate from conference rooms to off site team members who use phones, tablets, or laptops to connect to meetings.
Videotex offers design, installation, sales and support for videoconferencing rooms and huddle rooms using Zoom, WebEx, Microsoft Teams, and. From onwards he designed, sold and installed systems with major UK companies including the world's first travel industry system,the world's first vehicle locator system for one of the world's largest auto manufacturers and the world's first supermarket system.
He wrote a book, Videotex - Key to the Wired City (Quiller Press ) about. Videotex Systems, Inc. Miller Road Dallas, TX Fax. In Japan and Europe, videotex systems became VIDEOTEX systems and services book and were government-operated; in North America, systems were developed by newspaper publishers (called electronic news) and banks.
With the growing popularity of the personal computer, on-line database services became more significant, especially in the United States. VIDEOTEX systems and services (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Louis Richard Bloom; Institute for.
The Telesp's videotex, called "Videotexto", was compatible with the videotex system used by France and many other countries, the Antiope. Antiope is a system defined in the seventies, so it's graphical capabilities are from this era: 40 characters per row and 24 rows.
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This book includes contemporary developments like cable and satellite television, MAC packets with HDTV and videotex information services as /5(4). Teletext and Videotex in the United States: Market Potential, Technology, Public Policy Issues (Data communications book series) [John Tydeman, Hubert Lipinski, Richard P.
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Videotex definition is - an electronic data retrieval system in which usually textual information is transmitted via telephone or cable-television lines and displayed on a television set or video display terminal; especially: such a system that is interactive.
The Videotex Industry Association estimates that there are 40 consumer-oriented services, such as Compuserve and the Source, in the United States, with a total membership ofVideotex is a generic term used to describe computerized two-way information delivery systems designed for simple, mass-market use which provide access to computer-based information via a telecommunications link and an information display, usually a modified home television set.
Videotex offers audio visual products and integration including TV stations, digital signage, installed sound, projectors, screens, control systems, and more. Skip to content Simplifying Audio Visual Integration – VIDEOTEX, the “New Medium” with the old Ingredients (telephone, TV-set, post office computer) is being introduced in practically all Western European countries.
Though still dominated by homebanking, electronic mail order and news services, the medical profession is just about to discover the possibilities of this new communication technology.
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Subjects: Sex -- Miscellanea. HSX (Videotex system) Sex -- Information services. View all subjects; More like this: Similar Items. David Carlson's Online Timeline is a capsule history of online news and information systems from the s to the present. It was created by David Carlson, Cox/Palm Beach Post Professor of New Media Journalism and Director of the Interactive Media Lab in the University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications.
This theme issue focuses on the development of telephone-based videotex systems that use television sets and the telephone with the addition of a simple keyboard to access banks of information available on computers and to receive information in print on the television screen.
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Many systems were installed in the UK including the world's first supermarket teleshopping system. Nearly all books and articles (in English) from videotex's heyday (the late s and early s) seem to reflect a common assumption that in any given videotex system, there would be a single company that would build and operate the network.
After two field projects, interactive videotex (IV) was introduced in West Germany in Currently, the German IV system offers overpages of information by more than 3, public and private information providers.
Because the potential of this medium for education seems considerable, the use of IV for educational purposes is also being explored. Prodigy Services Inc., the joint venture into videotex by the International Business Machines Corporation and Sears, Roebuck & Company, last week announced a new information distribution agreement.
Worldwide Videotex, a pioneer in electronic publishing sincepublishes the following newsletters: as well as applications software, operating systems, and network systems.
MODEM USERS NEWS. MODEM USERS NEWS provides the latest news and information on software, hardware, supplies and services for individuals and companies who. The system will soon support other personal computer models.
60, Subscribers Analysts estimate that Prodigy, which is based in White Plains, has ab subscribers. Some of the major trends in the merging of videotex and personal computer technology are outlined in this promotional brochure, one of 10 in a series on videotex, a system which uses standard transmission links to transmit information in text and graphics to a television set or computer monitor.
Topics addressed include the NAPLPS standard (North American Presentation Level Protocol Syntax. Brief description of videotex systems is followed by recommendations for the design of database structure, command language, and screen format.
How users search through the database is described and evaluations of the underlying tree structure are reviewed. Information sources on other aspects of videotex besides usability are listed. (MBR). France: An ambitious project to update the telephone system is begun.
Leads to creation of electronic phone book, mass-fax and videotex systems. con't: Canada begins development of Telidon, an advanced videotex system. con't. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.Videotex is a generic term used to describe computerized two-way information delivery systems designed for simple, mass-market use which provide access to computer-based information via a telecommunications link and an information display, usually a modified home television set.
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