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Conver the signal of old CRT to VGA signal.

We use the old CRT made by motorola with TTL video signal and different vertical &horizontal frequency than monitor with vga signal.is there any product to change this crt with vga monitor.beacause this crt is discontinued.thanks.

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Maybe, I can help with the solution. Please, send the specification of TTL video signal to think about it.

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We use the old CRT monitor made by motorola with TTL video signal and different vertical &horizontal frequency signals than monitor with vga signal.at now we can not replace crt with lcd .is there any interface to convert this crt signal to vga monitor signal for replacing the crt with lcd or vga monitor ,beacause this crt is discontinued and the quality of video is weak.if you needs the crt specification i will post it for you.thanks.

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