sync signal

sync signal

[′siŋk ‚sig·nəl]
(communications)
A signal transmitted after each line and field to synchronize the scanning process in a television or facsimile receiver with that of the receiver. Also known as synchronizing signal.
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Modulation : Pulse Code Modulation ; Sync Signal : Pseudo Random Sync Code Generator Error Check Code : Off - Odd - Even - Hamming Operating Mode : Fast : 320 KHz / channel approximately Slow : 1.
A useful rear-panel output SYNC signal goes to its active state when the generator output frequency and level have settled within specification after a step change during sweep.
In addition to the SD/HD/DL/3G-SDI, AES/EBU, LTC and composite sync signal support as standard (3G-SDI is option 3G), the optical SDI interface option (opt.
Power and stereo sync signal are provided through a 3-pin connector terminal, enabling simple in-field connections.
Active-Detect Mode When there is an input sync signal, the channel is placed into an active-detect mode and starts sensing the presence of an output load; the device only consumes 17 microamps.
The StereoEnabler attaches directly to the SVGA connector on the Oxygen VX1, providing a clean pass-through of the video signal and automatically generating a stereo sync signal output to a standard VESA stereo connector.
External Sync Playback - A professional feature that enables synchronization and clean switching between multiple DVD players and other video sources via an external black burst sync signal through the EXT SYNC IN terminals;
In addition to the SD/HD/DL/3G-SDI, AES/EBU, LTC and composite sync signal support as standard ( 3G-SDI is option 3G), the optical SDI interface option (opt.
A holdover oscillator in base stations is an ideal way to protect against service disruption that could occur during a temporary loss of the GPS signal or when a network-based sync signal is not available.
Video design engineers can now simplify their VGA design with our integrated 3-channel RGB video switch, H/V sync signal switches, and DDC signal switches.
The modulation summary displays reference signal power, sync signal power, EVM, frequency error, cell ID, and PBCH power.
The advanced BiCMOS design features low operating current, adjustable operating frequency up to 1 MHz, adjustable soft-start, and a bi-directional SYNC signal that allows the oscillator to be locked to an external clock or other controller ICs for noise sensitive applications.