Sync signals

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==== RGBS ====
 
==== RGBS ====
Composite sync, where the horizontal and vertical signals are mixed together on a separate wire (S)
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Composite sync, where the horizontal and vertical signals are mixed together on a separate wire (S).
 
==== RGBHV ====
 
==== RGBHV ====
Separate sync, where the horizontal and vertical are each on their own wire (HV)
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Separate sync, where the horizontal and vertical are each on their own wire (HV).
 
==== RGsB / SoG ====
 
==== RGsB / SoG ====
Sync on green, where a composite sync signal is overlaid on the wire used to transport the green signal
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Sync on green, where a composite sync signal is overlaid on the wire used to transport the green signal.
 
==== ? ====
 
==== ? ====
Sync on red or sync on blue, where a composite sync signal is overlaid on either the red or blue wire
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Sync on red or sync on blue, where a composite sync signal is overlaid on either the red or blue wire.
  
 
=== YUV ===
 
=== YUV ===

Latest revision as of 20:31, 10 December 2012

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[edit] What is this ?

[edit] Types of sync signals

[edit] RGB

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[edit] RGBS

Composite sync, where the horizontal and vertical signals are mixed together on a separate wire (S).

[edit] RGBHV

Separate sync, where the horizontal and vertical are each on their own wire (HV).

[edit] RGsB / SoG

Sync on green, where a composite sync signal is overlaid on the wire used to transport the green signal.

[edit]  ?

Sync on red or sync on blue, where a composite sync signal is overlaid on either the red or blue wire.

[edit] YUV

[edit] YPbPr

Sync on luminance, similar to sync on green, but combines sync with the luminance signal (Y).

[edit] YCbCr

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