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Discussion in 'General Electronics' started by Brad, Jun 10, 2004.

  1. Brad

    Brad Guest

    Hell All,
    I have a project that I need help on. I work on a ship with a very old
    Raytheon ARPA Radar, 1965 or so. I am trying to install a remote
    repeater for the radar. I have the wireing diagrams for the video card
    inside the equipment, but everytime I hook up the cable my picture
    looks very poor. I have Hor and Ver Sync and, but I have double video.
    There is no scrolling in either direction. I believe it is because the
    output of the Radar is using Interlaced Video and all the monitors I
    have used/tried are interlaced. How can I make this work on a
    non-interlaced monitor, where can I buy used cheap interlaced monitor.
    Thanks in Advance.
    Brad
     
  2. All standard industrial baseband video TV monitors such that are used
    for home video and security cameras should work with your radar
    system. Your system, I am sure puts out pictures that are like that of
    the standard video systems used at that time. Unless, they are using
    their own propriotory system, which I doubt.

    Your only other drawback is that there may be a frequency response
    problem in what you did. You should looke at the video signal to see
    if there is any high frequency loss, where it is occuring, and deal
    with it.


    Jerry G.

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