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1999\06\24@212002 by Rob Symmans

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I need to display time / date on screen for a video security application
(using PAL format). Has anyone done this or have any ideas on how to do
this?
thanks
rob

1999\06\24@213655 by Jeff Barlow

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Look at the STV5730A datasheet at:
http://us.st.com/stonline/books/pdf/docs/4434.pdf




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I need to display time / date on screen for a video security application
(using PAL format). Has anyone done this or have any ideas on how to do
this?
thanks
rob

1999\06\24@214246 by Jason Tuendemann

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Rob,

I recieved this from the list some time ago. It may help
I think it does date as well.

Jason Tuendemann

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A hardware solution I have encountered is the ICS2008A from Integrated
Circuit Systems Inc. This does LTC TX/RX, VITC TX/RX, timecode burn-in
to picture, MIDI UART and more. Sadly it's about UKP27 in singles.


http://www.icst.com


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1999\06\25@134748 by Nigel Goodwin

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In message <3772DAA9.2290B8F9spamspam_OUTcyllene.uwa.edu.au>, Rob Symmans
<@spam@rsymmansKILLspamspamCYLLENE.UWA.EDU.AU> writes
>I need to display time / date on screen for a video security application
>(using PAL format). Has anyone done this or have any ideas on how to do
>this?

There are various OSD chips available which can do this, however for
simple time/date applications there was a project in the March 1999
edition of 'Everyday and Practical Electronics' which didn't use an OSD
chip. It uses a PIC16C84, an EL4581, a 6116, a 74HC4040, and a 74HC132.
You can download the software from 'http://www.epemag.wimborne.co.uk', and back
issues and PCB's can be ordered from there!.
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