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From: "John Jardine"
Subject: Re: LMH6643 Video Driver Question
Date: Sat, 30 Nov 2002 00:17:50 -0000
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M.K <[spam]email@example.com> wrote in message
> When you say "(Putting the audio on top of the video would be very
> do you mean running the audio on two seperate line other than the video,,
> but housed in the same CAT-5 line ?
> any idea's how i would x-mit audio & video on a single twisted pair than ?
What I was saying, was that electrically modulating an audio stereo signal
onto the existing video signal (without sound/vision interference), is
technically complicated. I.e trying to put all the vid+audio down only two
The best way is as you were thinking ...
Put video down 2 CAT5 wires.
Put left audio down 2 CAT5 wires.
Put right audio down 2 CAT5 wires.
Leaving 2 wire spare for power.
Your video driver circuits will work from DC to many MHz with little
distortion and are quite happy to carry audio or video signals.
Hope I'm making sense ;-)
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