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VGA framegrabbing with TVP7002

Posted on Thursday, February 13th, 2014 in CPLD, FPGA, hacks by DP

desaster blogged about his VGA framegrabber project:

The project got a nice boost when I found TVP7002 on TI’s site. It’s a video digitizing chip, featuring 3x ADC (one for each color channel) and a PLL system for generating the pixel clock from the HSYNC input. Compared to alternatives, this seemed to be quite nicely priced, and well available. In fact, TI was kind enough to provide me with free samples!

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  1. g says:

    … and what does this have to do with breadboardable breakout boards for the NXP LPC812…? (Post URL).

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