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Homebrew Video Display Chips

Discussion in 'Beginner Electronics' started by Farce Milverk, Sep 3, 2006.

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  1. Hi,

    I'm looking for any info on easy to use chips for driving a composite
    monitor - with or without color.
    I'd like to start with the easiest chip and circuit, one that might display
    the internal characters / graphics built into the given chip.

    I am currently working with the MC6847 but so far have had no luck. I
    bought the chip second hand, so I don't even know if it's any good.

    Any tips on sample circuits, what chips to experiment with, etc. would be
    much appreciated.


  2. werty

    werty Guest

    You need more ambition , what you are doin is obsolete , not in demand

    why not learn something that will be used by many people .

    If everyone did something that was in high demand , we'd have no poor
    people on earth .. Wouldnt that be nice ?

    My Bro teaches Delphi at C.College .
    Zero demand programming language .
    C+ , Delphi , Linux , Microsoft Windows are obsolete , obtuse S/W ,
    be replaced by much better s/w in less than 2 years .

    I write s/w for free , because it is the highest demand today .
    WXP dont work , it cant even do fundamental stuff like manage
    Files/Folders !!

    BTW has Evaluation board $300 , with ARM 920T
    CPU . This CPU is NOT Pentium , so it wont run PC s/w .
    This CPU will destroy the PC . All will switch to the new PDA with
    100GB HDD
    avail in the near future .

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