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I found an old UHF TV at the thrift store today and I thought to myself, what not a better way to learn how NTSC works! Simple stuff relay. If you want to transmit using a HackRF or BladeRF all you need to do is encode a .dat file with a Python script, run it threw GRC, and boom, Bob's your uncle!

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NTSC\

ttps://github.com/argilo/sdr-examples/tree/master/ntsc

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:)  fun!!! pirate TV old school.. <3  I recently purchased a bladeRF going to have to try this..  have you seen this video:

I have been playing with YateBTS   which is also very fun. (in a lead box of course!)

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18 hours ago, Onus said:

:)  fun!!! pirate TV old school.. <3  I recently purchased a bladeRF going to have to try this..  have you seen this video:

I have been playing with YateBTS   which is also very fun. (in a lead box of course!)

Cool! That was my next project. Might as well use my RTL for it's original purpose and use it to decode the signal lol.

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