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RS232 to composite TV signal interface
posted December 8 2010 18:38.19 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Thepeople form Batsocks made this serial to TV interface, which named "TellyMate". Data are sent to this device with an RS232 protocol. It then converts them into monochrome composite video, PAL or NTSC. The hardware is kept as simple as possible, based on the AVR ATMega8, clocked with a 16MHz crystal. Read more details in their well-documented page.

[Link: Batsocks]
Tags: electronic project   microcontroller   vga   monitor   

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