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HDMI current booster fixes Raspberry Pi video instability

Wednesday, June 26th, 2013

Orlando Cosimo with Creativity/Design blog was experiencing instability problems with the HDMI output on the Raspberry Pi which are typical when using an HDMI to VGA adapter. He devised this solution using three resistors and an LM317 voltage regulator. Orlando states, "This addon hardware extends a past project and it...

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