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Tri-level sync

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  1. In some high-definition applications, a tri-level sync signal is used instead

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    created by user pictureivideo on December 3, 2011
  2. This signal is virtually identical to the synchronization signal used in component analogue video (CAV);

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  3. Tri-level sync works similar to an analog sync, but the tri-level sync signal consists of a three-level sync pulse: zero volts (0V) blank, a –0.3 V pulse, and a +0.3 V pulse

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    created by user pictureivideo on December 3, 2011
  4. and is similar to the synchronization signals used in VGA (the main difference being, in VGA the horizontal and vertical syncs are carried on different wires; whereas TLS signals include both H and V syncs)

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    created by user pictureivideo on December 3, 2011
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