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Successfully Connecting a Vector Signal Analyzer (VSA) to a VGA to TV Converter

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Submitted by:
Cheng-Yang Tan
Updated by:
Cheng-Yang Tan
Document Created:
15 Feb 2006, 16:13
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16 Feb 2006, 12:57
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Abstract:
In general,
most instruments like oscilloscopes with built in
VGA outputs can be easily connected to the Fermilab internal cable TV
network with a VGA to TV converter. However,
the Hewlett Packard
Vector Signal Analyzer (VSA) is the exception to the rule --- no
current VGA to TV converter has been successful in
converting its VGA signal to TV. In this note, I will show the
reason why the VSA VGA signal is different
and describe a simple circuit which will allow the
VSA to successfully connect to a VGA to TV converter.
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