Definitions for "Edh"
Error detection and handling for recognizing inaccuracies in the serial digital signal. It may be incorporated into serial digital equipment and employ a simple LED error indicator.
Error Detection and Handling - A serial digital equipment and an LED can be employed for error indication.
Error Detection and Handling (EDH) is defined in SMPTE RP 165 as a method of determining when bit errors have occurred along the digital video path. According to RP 165, two error detection checkwords are used, one for active picture samples, and the other on a full field of samples. Three sets of flags are used to convey information regarding detected errors, to facilitate identification of faulty equipment or cabling. One set of flags is associated with each checkword, and the third is used to evaluate ancillary data integrity. The checkwords and flags are combined into a special error detection data packet that is included as ancillary data in the serial digital signal
Keywords:  doth, rune, saxon, anglo, english
The name of the Anglo-Saxon letter ð, capital form ð. It is sounded as "English th in a similar word: oðer, other, dôð, doth."
character in the Old English alphabet derived from a rune, representing th but resembling a with a cross through the ascender
Ephemeral Diffie-Hellman. A Diffie-Hellman key exchange in which the parameters are created for a single session. Explicit Diffie-Hellman. A DH key exchange in which some of the parameters are establisned in advance.