A term formerly used in the place of “transceiver” for still video systems.
A machine used to convert RGB (Web colors: Red, Green, Blue) signals to NTSC (television and video standards in the United States), PAL (dominate television standards in the rest of the world) or SECAM (video standards for many countries excluding the United States) video signals. Scan converters give you the ability to view your computer screen on a standard television monitor, or conversely, watch television on your computer screen.
Also called "video converter" or "TV converter", a scan converter is a device that changes the scan rate of a source video signal to fit the needs of a display device. Examples: computer-video to NTSC (TV), or NTSC to computer-video.
a device that you connect between your computer and a regular television or monitor to allow them to display computer signals
is a device used to down convert high resolution signals, such as computer outputs, to lower resolution video signals - for example: converting 1024 x 768 (XGA) to NTSC Video.
changes computer video signal to composite(television) video signal.
A device that converts video frequency signals to audio frequencies and vice versa; used in freeze-frame video to transmit video signals over telephone lines.
is a device used to convert the computer video output to a television representation, or vice versa. This device must perform the appropriate scaling to convert between square pixels and rectangular pixels.
A scan converter in a projector converts a digital signal from a computer to a video signal, thus allowing it to be shown on a video projector or TV monitor.
Scan Converter: A device which translates the digital signal from a computer into a video signal; it can then be shown by a video projector or TV monitor.
Device that changes scan rate of a video signal, possibly converting it from noninterlaced to interlaced mode. Allows computer graphics to be displayed on a standard video screen.
A device that converts a computer (laptop) signal into one that can be displayed from your computer screen onto a videoconference monitor
Changes a video signal to an audio signal and back again, allows freeze frame transmission of video.