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NNTP-Posting-Date: Thu, 16 Jan 2003 06:40:24 -0600
Date: Thu, 16 Jan 2003 06:43:22 -0600
From: gary drummond
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Subject: Re: RS-232 controlled video switch
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gary drummond wrote:
> Hobichu wrote:
> > I'd like to build an inexpensive RS-232 controlled video switch, to
> > control (switch) multiple camera feeds into a single PC capture card
> > (all RCA jacks). I am an electronics novice and am looking for
> > pointers/schematics/etc.
> > I know there are quite a few commercial solutions out there, but I am
> > hoping to build my own.
The original AVMUX was in Byte Feb 1986 and used an RCA 74HC22106 and
some Norton Amps. I don't think the 22106 is available now.
The original one also used a BASIC-52 board and had a BASIC program
listing in it to run the AVMUX.
I do have a few bare boards that duplicate the BASIC-52 board with an
I also have the original Byte mag.
Email if you are interested in anything.
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