CCIR System I

An analog broadcast television system first used in the Republic of Ireland starting in 1962.
Channel Spacing For Ccir Television System I (vhf And Uhf Bands)

CCIR System I is an analog broadcast television system. It was first used in the Republic of Ireland starting in 1962 as the 625-line broadcasting standard to be used on VHF Band I and Band III, sharing Band III with 405-line System A signals radiated in the north of the country. The UK started its own 625-line television service in 1964 also using System I, but on UHF only - the UK has never used VHF for 625-line television except for some cable relay distribution systems.

Since then, System I has been adopted for use by Hong Kong, Macau, the Falkland Islands and South Africa. The Republic of Ireland has (slowly) extended its use of System I onto the UHF bands.

As of late 2012, analog television is no longer transmitted in either the UK or the Republic of Ireland. South Africa expects to discontinue System I in 2013, and Hong Kong by 2020.

Key Terms

analog broadcast television system
broadcasting standard
ccir system
republic ireland
south africa
vhf band

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Last modified on July 23 2019
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