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Question 1: SAP is used for broadcasting Canada's Parliamentary television channel ________ in both English and French.
CPACCBC News NetworkMétéoMédiaCablePulse 24

Question 2: The NTSC video format and MTS are also used in ________ and Mexico.
United StatesUnited KingdomBarbadosCanada

Question 3: In turn, the MTS pilot is locked to the horizontal sync ________ of the video carrier for stability.
WaveElectromagnetic radiationSoundFrequency

Question 4: These travel the same way as the discrete left and right main audio channels, and ATIS station ID, which is heard as ________.
ISO/IEC 8859-16ISO/IEC 8859-3Morse codeISO/IEC 8859-13

Question 5: SAP is part of MTS, the multichannel television sound standard set by the National Television Systems Committee (________) in 1984 in the United States.
PALNTSCSECAMBroadcast television systems

Question 6: Stations may also choose to transmit audio-only programs by assigning them to separate ________, however this prevents the viewer from watching the main video in the case of TV stations.
Fox Broadcasting CompanyThe CW Television NetworkDigital subchannelPublic Broadcasting Service

Question 7: Second[ary] audio program[ming] (SAP) is an auxiliary audio channel for analog television that can be ________ or transmitted both over the air and by cable TV.
BroadcastingRadioMass mediaTelevision station

Question 8: The SAP subcarrier is located at 78.670 ________, which is five times the 15.734 kHz MTS pilot signal.
HertzPascal (unit)VoltJoule

Question 9: The SAP channel contains mono audio which has been dbx-encoded for noise reduction, to improve the ________.
Noise (electronics)Peak signal-to-noise ratioSignal-to-noise ratioJohnson–Nyquist noise

Question 10: It is not carried on the audio carrier like stereo for an ________ broadcast however, as it only has a frequency deviation of ±25kHz, whereas regular FM broadcasting has a deviation of ±75kHz.
Medium waveTV and FM DXHD RadioFM broadcasting

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