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video signal distributor needed

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asolondon

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video signal distributor

Hi, i need an idea and if possible a circuit diagram of a device can aid in distributing video signals from a single video machine to up to like ten television screens. I need it as soon as possible.
 

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opa692

The OPA692 buffer will drive four lines. You can do a two stage tree of these. The data sheet has typical applications.
 

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Analog Devices have a lots IC for video distribution. AD8009 is good and can drive 5 75ohm loads without problems. But the best solution in my opinion is AD8010. It can drive up to 10 loads, and is still available in DIP8 pakage ( easy soldering :) ) .You can buy it from F@rnell.
 

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Elantic has a lot of IC for this case.
 

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video splitter

Hello ,

This simple circuit maybe can help you.



Regards

Garfield 8)
 

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As a cheap solution you can use cascaded passive splitter. as splitter is a passive one attenuation will be done, if this attenuation is accepted then keep it, and if not go to an active solution as other friend describe.
 

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Look at:
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