Definitions for "National Television System Committee"
Refers to the color-encoding method adopted by the committee in 1953. This standard was the first monochrome-compatible, simultaneous color transmission system used for public broadcasting. This method is used widely in the United States.
The committee that decided on the compatible color television system for the US. The FCC adopted it in 1953.
analog video format that features a refresh rate of 59.94 Hz fields per second and 29.97 Hz frames per second. NTSC format is used in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and parts of Asia and Latin America.