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1998\07\09@023920 by Jason Tuendemann

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<DIV><FONT size=2>Hi,</FONT></DIV>
<DIV><FONT size=2>Has anyone come across a Longitudinal Time Code (used for
broadcast) decoder either in hardware or in any software written for the
PIC.</FONT></DIV>
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<DIV><FONT size=2>Regards Jason.</FONT></DIV></BODY></HTML>

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1998\07\09@050909 by Michael S. Hagberg

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i recall seeing an article in Circuit Cellar about displaying the time,
station call letters, and name of the current song on an lcd display.

michael

   -----Original Message-----
   From: Jason Tuendemann <spam_OUTjtuendemannTakeThisOuTspamsky6.skynews.com.au>
   To: .....PICLISTKILLspamspam@spam@MITVMA.MIT.EDU <PICLISTspamKILLspamMITVMA.MIT.EDU>
   Date: Thursday, July 09, 1998 1:48 AM
   Subject: Timecode decoding


   Hi,
   Has anyone come across a Longitudinal Time Code (used for broadcast)
decoder either in hardware or in any software written for the PIC.

   Regards Jason.

1998\07\09@101806 by Alan Hall

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In message <002101bdab02$da9d2d20$0304a8c0@skynews_nt3>, Jason
Tuendemann <.....jtuendemannKILLspamspam.....sky6.skynews.com.au> writes
>    Hi,
>    Has anyone come across a Longitudinal Time Code (used for broadcast)
>decoder either
>    in hardware or in any software written for the PIC.
>
>    Regards Jason.

Hi Jason,

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.

Sorry I don't have any Internet addresses, my (old) data book gives a US
phone number: 215 630 5300

If you want a software solution which will reliably track the full LTC
speed range then I think you have a major job on your hands, and in view
of the short bit times at full speed I have my doubts it can be done
without hardware assistance.

I have done a bit banging receiver on PIC16C** for decoding a station
LTC signal ie normal *1 speed, it was pretty straightforward.

--
Alan Hall,  Ipswich, UK
Tel/Fax +44 1473 652301

1998\07\09@125555 by Pavel Korensky

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At 14:30 9.7.1998 +0100, you wrote:
>In message <002101bdab02$da9d2d20$0304a8c0@skynews_nt3>, Jason
>Tuendemann <EraseMEjtuendemannspam_OUTspamTakeThisOuTsky6.skynews.com.au> writes
>>    Hi,
>>    Has anyone come across a Longitudinal Time Code (used for broadcast)
>>decoder either
>>    in hardware or in any software written for the PIC.
>>
>>    Regards Jason.
>
>Hi Jason,
>
>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


Bye PavelK

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