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SECAM, also written SECAM (French for pronunciation: [sekam], Sé quentiel c ou ouer ou méméré, [1] French for "Sequential Colors of Memory"), is an analogue color television system used first in France. This is one of the three main color television quality, others are European PAL and North American NTSC.

SECAM's development started in 1956 by a team led by Compagnie Française de Television (hereinafter, working on Henry D. France, now a colored film by Thompson). The first sequaired broadcast was made in France in 1967. The system was selected as the color of the Soviet Union, which started the French shortly. The value spreads from these two countries to many client states and to the former colonies.

Sikam maintains a major standard in the 2000s. This is the process of being transmitted by DGG and replaced, new Pan-European Standards on Digital Television.

Work was started in CHM in 1956. The technology was ready by the end of the 1950s, but it was very soon to launch soon. A version of Sikam was created and tested for the French 819-line television standard, but it was not launched. After a European contract to introduce color TVs to 625 lines, France had to switch to switching to 625-line television standards, which began with the launch of the second network in the early 1960's.

In 1961 the first proposed system was called Sequam Eye, along with other research to improve its image and its image quality.

These developments were known as Sikam2 and Sikam III, later presented to Vienna's 1965 CCIR General Assembly.

Further improvement was followed by SECAM III A, the system adopted for general use in Sikam III B, 1967.

Soviet technicians were involved in quality improvement and created their own incompatible form, which was known as NIR or Sikam IV, which was not established. The team was working under the guidance of Moscow's Telecentrum Professor Shmakov. The name Nir comes from the name Nautchno-Issledovatelskiy Institute Radio (NIIR, Р. Научно-Исследовательский Институт Радио), a Soviet research organization involved in the study. The two values ​​have been improved: Nonlinear NIR, which is used in a process similar to gamma correction, and Linear NIR or SECAM IV that omits this process. [2]

On 1 October 1967, France was inaugurated in France by La Dixim Chain (second channel), now known as France 2. A group of four capable men - an introduction (George Gowers, Information Minister) and three contributors to the system's development were shown in the studio. After counting from 10 to 2:15, the color of black-white photo changes; The presenter then announced that "At Voici La Cooliere!" (Fr: And Color Here!) [3] In 1967, the Lebanese CLT was broadcasted in color broadcasting as the third television station in the world after the Soviet Union and France. French SECAM technology. [4]

First Color Television Set 5000 Frank Costs Color TV was not initially very popular; About 1500 people watched the opening ceremony in color. One year later, only 200,000 sets have been sold in an expected million. This pattern was like the slow build up of the popularity of color television in the United States.

Sikam was later adopted by French and Belgian colonies, Greece, Soviet Union and Eastern Bloc countries (except Romania and Albania) and the Middle Eastern countries. However, with the collapse of communism, and for a long time when multi-standard TV set became the product, many Eastern European countries decided to move to German-based PAL systems.

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