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From: email@example.com (Mark Zenier)
Subject: Re: Video descramble
Date: Wed, 11 Dec 2002 05:09:56 GMT
Organization: Eskimo North www.eskimo.com (800) 246-6874
References: <firstname.lastname@example.org> <email@example.com>
NNTP-Posting-Date: 11 Dec 2002 17:59:03 GMT
In article ,
Winfield Hill wrote:
>> The original descramber was designed by Mr. Rudolf Graff. The descrabler is
>> tuned to the color burst (PLL) and then the horizontal signal is extracted
>> and summed back into the video signal. The descrambler is also know as a
>> sync generator. A kit used to be available from North Counrty Radio. You
>> might want to do a web search.
> I have a small pile of cookbook-circuit volumes compiled by Rudolf Graff,
> very interesting. But in my modest exploration of these thick books, I
> have yet to find an original Rudolf Graff circuit. Are you saying that
> they're in there, just waiting for my discovery?
There's only one f in Graf. Graf and Sheets have been regular
contributors to Radio-Electronics/Electronics Now/Poptronics for the
last several years. Some articles have resulted in quite entertaining
exchanges in the letters to the editor column. (Like the fairly high
powered transmitter that operated in the UHF TV band, to which a FCC
engineer in one of the regional offices took great exception, RE February
and March 1986).
Mark Zenier firstname.lastname@example.org Washington State resident
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