RE: [Electronica] Just to say hello ,,,
- Welcome to the group, Kirk.
This type of stuff shows up on eBay quite frequently. Of course, you could
sell it off to a surplus dealer, but will take quite a hit for the
convenience. A third option is to create you own web site and sell it off
directly, person-to-person. With Pay-pal and a little web knowledge, it
would be simple to make a little commerce site until it was all gone.
...then again, you could send it all to me, as it is probably all worthless,
anyway. I'll even pay the shipping ;)
From: Kirk F. White [mailto:kirk_f_white@...]
Sent: Wednesday, May 28, 2003 1:45 AM
Subject: [Electronica] Just to say hello ,,,
Hi, i just joined your group and will no doubt post when i have
something to contribute.
Meanwhile I'm the trustee of an estate that possesses a really large
quantity of electronic parts that i have been "appointed" to sell off.
Mostly lots of 2 amp 24 vac power transformers, Really fancy 18" wide,
16" deep, 8" inch tall Optima enclosures; transistors, capacitors,
resistors, diodes, leds, light bars, optocouplers, power cords, card
edge connectors; and a really long list of other components.
So, if anyone has any ideas as to how i should go about selling them,
Anyway, thats not why I joined, Its just the situation I find myself in !!
Please could anyone solve this digital communication problem i have tried for several hours but to no avail.
1. A television signal is to use 625line picture pulse coded modulated onto a 500Mhz carrier.16 quantisation levels are considered suffient for the quality of the picture required (including black and white)
i. minimum sampling rate for the baseband signal.
ii. number of bits/second required for the digital signal.
iii.Baud rate of the digital signal.
2.The digital signal is to be modulated onto a carrier as a bipolar signal (i.e '1' as a positive pulse; '0' negative pulse) with a mark/space ratioof 1:1.
AS an example
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