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|Originally posted by mark haflich
So many things could be changed. Rather than identifying those things we need some sort of end goal.
No special order but as an engineer I need to know what they want.
Better PQ? What the hell exactly is that and then I need to correlate how that can be accomplished without reference to a particular circuit.
For example, increased bandwidth. lower video noise, less distorted RGB, increased linearity, less contamination irrespective of noise, such as elimination of RGB crosstalk, less DA by the blocking caps etc etc.
Obviously there is much more but in order to design circuit modifications, even just substitution of better parts with the same values, I need direction as to what parameters I need to make better to get a better PQ.
|Originally posted by Lightningman
The only real problem I see is that
it will become harder and to see an improvement in PQ as we go on.
Simply because the changes will become less and less radical.
|Originally posted by bblue
I've been looking at the SMA/SMB/MCX type connectors but there seems to be two things getting in the way of using those. The strict wire size or type requirements, and the specific tools needed to assemble them. They seem to be just too limited unless you want to stick with RG179-type wire.
Have you run into any that can accomodate a larger cable and be assembled manually?