[PSAS] Anyone have a little LCD TV we can borrow?

James Ward jward448 at yahoo.com
Tue Aug 10 18:50:32 PDT 2004


Sure. I assumed a RF modulator was being used. Wouldn't one of the old video game ones work? I think I actually did that before with that TV. 


"LeBrasseur, Glenn" <GLENNL at BES.CI.PORTLAND.OR.US> wrote:
If you read the 16182.htm page below carefully, you will see they are talking about an external antenna, or an RF modulated signal. That is not the same as a composite (NTSC) video input.
 
Glenn 

Glenn Noel LeBrasseur 
Communications Engineer 
City of Portland, Environmental Services 
glennl at bes.ci.portland.or.us 
-----Original Message-----
From: James Ward [mailto:jward448 at yahoo.com]
Sent: Thursday, August 05, 2004 2:00 PM
To: Andrew Greenberg; psas-all at psas.pdx.edu
Subject: Re: [PSAS] Anyone have a little LCD TV we can borrow?


I have one. It's a Radio Shack LCD Color TV CAT: 16-172 "Pocketvision 35"
 
Specs: http://support.radioshack.com/support_video/doc16/16186.htm
 
Connecting an external video source: http://support.radioshack.com/support_video/doc16/16182.htm
 
Let me know if it will suffice,
 
Jimmy


Andrew Greenberg <andrew at uad.com> wrote:
Hi all,

For testing purposes, we're ripping apart the avionics module and tacking 
everything down to a wooden board. Sort of a "visible avionics system" if 
you will.

One thing we could really use is some kind of very small TV, like a little 
LCD "walkman" type of thing.

If you have one, and we could borrow it from now until the launch in 
September (~ 2 months), we would really appreciate it.

You can email me directly.

Thanks!

Andrew



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