[SBE] digital TV for field checks
billw at betterlifetv.tv
Fri Jul 25 18:21:25 EDT 2008
On the link I put in the post below ... the CPU module gives a SNR, received
errors, and uncorrectable errors read out ... maybe I didn't understand the
original post. I thought you were looking for a TV set that gave a SNR
numeric reading?? I haven't found a TV yet that does that myself, but WinTV
has developed a TV card that you can put in your computer that will allow
you to have all the information that I thought you were looking for. The 13"
TV basically becomes your computer monitor ... etc. Granted the cost is a
factor if your buying all new.
As far as the "Duabrand" TV ... I think that's what it is. I have had mine
on the back of my snowmobile .. very reliable/rugged little TV set. I would
recommend it to anyone personally.
This TV however doesn't have any kind of signal strength read out ... so
keep that in mind I guess when your getting it.
Overall, I was assuming that you could get your hands on an old computer you
could modify into a Digital TV with measurement capability. Our station
always has a old computer or two that are used for experiments. The SNR
readings from the example I thought went higher than 10 ... ANYWAY, I could
have been drinking too much hazelnut coffee creamer today.
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Subject: Re: [SBE] digital TV for field checks
But it doesn't give you actual signal strength, just a 0-10 scale with no
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