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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The ADC is triggered by a rising edge of SYNC signal but after a release its work is delayed for the time [T.
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.
Soares discussed the need for a sync signal to ensure that all A/D converters are aligned to the same master clock cycle.
Power and stereo sync signal are provided through a 3-pin connector terminal, enabling simple in-field connections.
Sync signal power and frequency error are among the measurements that can be made OTA.
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.
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.
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.
It is very important that the video waveforms and sync signal all operate from a common, accurate time base.