Why Is Your NES A TV Station? (That's Weird)

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    Cathode Ray DudeCathode Ray Dude

    The title doesn't lie, and the answer is mildly cursed but par for the course. Something I didn't mention is that this applies to almost all consoles released in the entire decade, and in fact a significant number (like the Colecovision) ONLY had RF out; the NES was one of the first consoles to have composite at all. If I could do it all again I'd mention that. I'd also keep my Casio CZ-1000 instead of throwing it away when I was 25.

    I can't say it enough times: Don't try this at home! Because it's illegal but also because it's mean to your neighbors! DTV is unreliable enough without the hobbyist next door making things worse. Be kind, share the spectrum, move over for bicycles.

    The clip of Bonanza was not meant to be in the video but it was very funny sped up so I forgot to delete it. It was the episode where a mine collapses under the courthouse.

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sondra york
sondra york

wow, weird, i didn't know my NES was basically a part 15 micro power tv broadcast station LOL

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gianluca melis
gianluca melis

Damn i wish I saw the chungus transmitter in action :(((

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cll1out
cll1out

I wonder if “harmful interference” in FCC part 15 meant harmful as in disrupting someone else’s communications and not necessarily physically harmful to humans around them, sort of like the word “injury” used in legal terms can refer to money that had to be spent by one entity due to the actions of another.

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Maxxx Modelz
Maxxx Modelz

I'm pretty sure RF was the only way to get the Atari 2600 to work on your TV. There were no composite outputs for the original Atari since it was from the 1970s. I have an original model from when I was a kid and there's no way for me to get it to work on a modern flat-screen TV. Or is there?

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GameCube Player
GameCube Player

@Maxxx Modelz the nes rf switch works with the atari but your tv must have an analog tuner

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Maxxx Modelz
Maxxx Modelz

@GameCube Player Just a follow-up. Since most modern TV's have at least a F connector, it's also possible to just get an RCA F Connector adapter. You'll also need an RF Interference Filter. The Atari video signal is just too weak to get through the regular switchbox.

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Maxxx Modelz
Maxxx Modelz

@GameCube Player Oh of course! I'm so stupid. Now I know I'm getting too old. LOL

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GameCube Player
GameCube Player

use a vcr to tune in the rf signal and output composite to your tv

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Chris
Chris

Instant like for a two second CSB clip. I cant instant sub because I did that in the last video I watched, you have a great way of telling a story about something that most people would consider is irrelevant and pointless, and I love every minute of your content.

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morris shrem
morris shrem

I understand the law is the law but there are no analog television broadcasts since 2009, does the FCC still regulate what has essentially been dead for a decade

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Jorge Raigoza
Jorge Raigoza

cool animation of the signals

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kj1544
kj1544

Here is a question? Can a digital TV even pick up an analog signal? So would it really be a nuisance to the neighbors? If not should it even be illegal anymore?

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Cléber Zavadniak
Cléber Zavadniak

Best intro ever.

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Jonathan menegalli
Jonathan menegalli

when i was a kid i had a NES clone without its own rf adapter so my parents had to buy a cheap one on the contraband store, i live in Brasil, but interesting thing is, that when i used my nes clone on my tv my grandparents tv would pick up the signal of me playing on channel 4.i guess it was bc the rf converter had only a transparent plastic shell around the board.

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HMK3
HMK3

So this is why when my friend played polystation (famiclone) on his bedroom, the game could be seen on the living room TV

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The Faustian Man
The Faustian Man

Uh...as soon as I did this. A white van pulled up infront of my house. And now it's just sitting there.

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233kosta
233kosta

Impedance matching in RF is a bit like refractive index matching in optics. For instance, you can see a glass object inside a glass of water and that's because it refracts light differently than the water that surrounds it. If you shine a laser at it, some of that light bounces back at the boundary. Same thing happens with RF. Your coaxial cable acts as a near-zero resistance (or impedance) path between transmitter and receiver, and if they don't have the same impedance, some of that signal bounces off one end and rings throughout the transmission line (coax). You can easily visualise it if you have a scope, a length of BNC-terminated coaxial cable, some type of waveform generator of known output impedance (50 ohms is common for most AWGs these days) which can put out a square wave, a BNC T connector and the appropriate termination (i.e. 50 ohms). Run the coaxial cable from the output of the AWG to one input of the T. Connect the output of the T to an analogue input on your scope. Now switch everything on and send a square wave to your scope. Make sure your time base and vertical amplifier are set up so you can see one cycle fairly well. Looks kind of messy, right? That's because the AWG's output has 50 ohms of impedance, while your scope's analogue input has a megaohm. Now connect the termination to the other input on the T. This will effectively shunt the incoming signal. It'll go down to half its original size (because potential divider), but notice that you now have a nice neat square wave. Maybe the corners are a bit rounded (depending on the bandwidth/quality of your kit), but all that mess that was there before is now gone, right? That's the point of impedance matching. All that crap that was there before? That's the ringing, the signal bouncing back and forth in the transmission line (coax). Probably not much in the square wave you looked at, but at higher frequencies it can get pretty bad. That's why impedance matching can be very important.

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Mathias Anders
Mathias Anders

I did the same thing but with an old camcorder. Making a funny video, put it on the RF-Out and connect it to an RF_amplifier with 75W. Then to the Yagi Antenna on the rooftop. Playback the "movie" (The most housholds has a roof antenna, but there where out of use causing the most people switched to cableTV)..nearly a kilometer was the range of the signal, when the recieving TV was also connected to a roof antenna. A lot of fun..but totally illegal

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Arthur Dent
Arthur Dent

Why didn't you mention Ramsey Electronics ? They sold a TV transmitter kit about that time.

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Ray Ray
Ray Ray

1996 Latvia, I was playing with TV and whent to TV channle 90 or so and BOOM A games was beeing played. Now I know how

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Joel Crocker
Joel Crocker

you could do that if u have a large property like over 100,000 ankers of land

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Ahmed Omar
Ahmed Omar

I transmitted my cousin's wedding to all the neighbors, hahahahahahaha, this was 1999

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Hammerklavier Lair
Hammerklavier Lair

The BEST ampliffier is an Antenna... Only with a Vhf-yaggi with 4 elements (very common in the 90s roofs) the gain is enough for the neighbors watch mario bros on their TV. The RF power of nes is aprox. 0.1 to 0.3 watts... But using a yaggi its increaced to 1w maybe 2w with Lucky! You can try and upload other video using a yaggi common TV antenna! Great video and Channel! Regards from Argentina!

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Alpaca Fiasco
Alpaca Fiasco

Great video! Out of interest what model is that portable TV (from 1993) on the left?

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Двухмерное ТВ
Двухмерное ТВ

Chinese clones of Famicon and NES had TV transmitters for wireless gaming. Interesting fact - You broadcasted your gaming not only for you, but for you neighbours too :D

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Seth Clonts
Seth Clonts

Great video. I do have a small gripe, though. You should enunciate your commas and periods more clearly. Your sentences tend to run together a bit. It may be difficult to follow what you are saying for people who are not native English speakers. It also makes the video feel a bit less "polished". Very interesting and informative, though. Keep up the good work.

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esoteric Derek
esoteric Derek

A wel proper format, Mister. I dig it. -Subb'd

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Richard Poser
Richard Poser

Just about every console and computer system of the time did this, including the Commodore 64, etc...

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Jerzy Pinez
Jerzy Pinez

Lol dude, this was the most entertaining video I've seen I a long time. Amazing job. I'd deff watch your analog pirate nes tv

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Marcus Earvin
Marcus Earvin

Sick shit! Love it!

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Austin F
Austin F

I know I'm still new to his videos. But when he was going on and on about how you can only get a 10k transmitter with building built around it. I expected him to just walk into one in the next frame "luckily I happen to have one"

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alexander novoa
alexander novoa

i have a small tv transmitter

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Bearded Gamer
Bearded Gamer

I subbed because Cat

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Mike Fish
Mike Fish

That's awesome, back in the 80's I did this but not with a nintendo, I had atari 2600, my grandma was big into cb radios and had a few amplifiers, I did once maybe twice interfere with my neighbors tv heh

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Barry R. Brown
Barry R. Brown

16:03 I had a neighbour in a trailer court that was transmitting HBO movies in the late '80s early '90s free porn was better than free beer back then.

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AlexTCGPro
AlexTCGPro

My uncle who lived next door was able to watch me play (in black and white) from my cheap nes ripoff just by tuning to channel 3. His TV was at least 40 meters away from mine. Guess they didn't regulate it

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Quirriff
Quirriff

Atari's also had RF out.

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Olivier Auberger
Olivier Auberger

Don't forget that NES were probably sold at a loss like most modern consoles. Nintendo made money on games and accessories.

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metro25dish
metro25dish

I had a box called a Tv genie that would broadcast on channel 14. Worked great

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Nifty Thrifty
Nifty Thrifty

I love this video. Thank you. It made my day.

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Nifty Thrifty
Nifty Thrifty

When your a kid in the 80s, the rf jack was awesome till the prongs broke 😂😂😂😂

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Diogo Peralta
Diogo Peralta

here in brazil tectoy(company responsible for sega products in brazil) released a hand held master system with a antena to comunicate with your tv instead of a cable,it was outlawed shortly after release though

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SheepRanic
SheepRanic

I can't wait to see you explain 256QAM ;) This also reminds me of doing pirate AM radio using a signal generator as the exciter.. ;)

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The Internet
The Internet

I think your US channel 3 was channel 8 in the UK. Not sure of the frequency, but as I recall most TVs would be tuned to channel 8 to receive RF inputs, unless they were manually tuned like my little 14'' TV was. When I first got my Sega Master System in 1992 I also got the above 14" colour TV for it, for Christmas. Our first ever colour TV. I quickly found out later that year that I could hook a long length of RF cable 'close' to the RF input on the black and white TV in the living room and watch everything it was tuned into in full colour on my smaller tv. The living room looked like a Radio Rentals showroom at one point (UK readers will know). A little fuzz because I was never directly connected to anything, I was just getting the leaky RF. Our VCR (Ferguson Videostar) was awesome and taught me a lot about frequencies. We used to receive TV all the way from Holland on exceptionally hot days on specific 'channels' (ch13 was NOS2 from Hilversum iirc). I become obsessed with stuff like this, esp radio, and still dabble in long distance receiving in my adulthood. Radio frequencies are insanely interesting and the phenomenons that cause them to jump, skip and be received where they shouldn't is fascinating. Shouts to anyone else in the UK reading this. Great vid. Gonna sub.

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Kyle Parish
Kyle Parish

When I was a kid, we had a b&w TV that could pickup Mega Man down the hall. Picture was bad and no sound but we thought it was sure strange.

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Chauncy Baker
Chauncy Baker

There's a few glaring flaws in the NES rf lead that tank the SNR of the signal coming out of the rf modulator. A low quality wire paired with a poorly shielded rf combiner makes for a really noisy signal. Professional amplification typically filters out noise from a signal, raising the signal to noise ratio. That's why the pro amp cleared up the picture. I'd have to get some rca coax fittings to verify it myself but I'm fairly certain a piece of standard Rg6 with an rca fitting on one end and a COMPRESSION f connector on the other would produce a damn near perfect signal to the back of your TV.

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Chauncy Baker
Chauncy Baker

There's a few glaring flaws in the NES rf lead that tank the SNR of the signal coming out of the rf modulator. A low quality wire paired with a poorly shielded rf combiner makes for a really noisy signal. Professional amplification typically filters out noise from a signal, raising the signal to noise ratio. That's why the pro amp cleared up the picture. I'd have to get some rca coax fittings to verify it myself but I'm fairly certain a piece of standard Rg6 with an rca fitting on one end and a COMPRESSION f connector on the other would produce a damn near perfect signal to the back of your TV.

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HalasterBlackmantle
HalasterBlackmantle

Think about it: vintage broadcast Let's Plays.

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Zack's chilling
Zack's chilling

Im pretty happy with my Colecovison hooked up thru RF (with the coaxial connector so I dont have to use that stupid switch box with the TV/GAME selector, I always hated those things. I have it hooked up to my later model Sharp CRT and it looks great. I also have my SNES, N64, PS1 and Gamecube hooked up to an S-Video switcher then hooked up to the TV and Im very happy with the results. I got the TV for free, the RCA brand S-Video 4 input/1 output switcher for like $9.99 and the multi A/V outs with S-Video for the Nintendo stuff were like $8 bucks each, and the PS1 S-video one was about the same. Everything looks amazing and I only spent about $40 bucks - no FrameMeister, no expensive mods, and I can play my light gun games and have a bunch of stuff hooked to one CRT - I have the PS2 hooked up thru the component in the back, the NES and Genesis have to share the front composite input, and the Coleco hooked up to the coax.

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Zack's chilling
Zack's chilling

What was that thing called, the VCR Rabbit? Was that it? It was a thing that broadcast the VCR so other TVs in your house could view it. I know Oddity Archive did an episode on it

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MrSmapdi
MrSmapdi

I just remember sticking the coax cable from the NES output... Is that the rf cable ?... Into the hole at the top of a broken antenna on our small 5" B&W kitchen tv... And it worked. I had no jdea why.

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cautiontext Text

This is better than melatonin 😴

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Artemis
Artemis

Local Hams: _real Shit?_

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cockneyb2k
cockneyb2k

Also I was a kid in 1995 bleeding across everyone’s tv with my out of SWR cb aerial.

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Ben D
Ben D

I love the USCSB and their YouTube channel

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Fosuya
Fosuya

I'd love to see what Mr Carlsons lab could do for this

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Matt M
Matt M

Hey! What about those Genie multiplier things from the 80s and 90s... wouldn't that be considered a TV transmitter? I remember as a kid discovering I could see a random cable channel on some unused channel, 86 or something. Who knows what I would get, but frequently it was Tales From The Crypt, or someone playing Tecmo Bowl(?!). Eventually I learned it all came from my neighbor's Genie! Thanks Leland, thanks to you I was the only kid at my school who knew about the Emmanuelle movies.

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Tolen Tarpay
Tolen Tarpay

Dude, I love you man, but that haircut HAS GOT TO GO! Seriously, you're interesting & cool, but that's the Wrong kind of geek...

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compedsushi
compedsushi

CSB videos are great 👍 gave me a chuckle.

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fathead adolf barry
fathead adolf barry

-omg i did the same with my nes- i enjoyed picking my nose & eating it when nes was out and wasn't allowed anywhere near the wiring 🤣

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Robert Hilden
Robert Hilden

This is why I hate Mario video gams. My controllers never worked the right way when I tried to play my console. I never realized it’s prolly cuz my neighbor was doing this.

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RealCounterfeitCash
RealCounterfeitCash

Grrreat video

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psionski
psionski

The Ending-Man Terminator 2 (Chinese clone of the NES) just came with an antenna (really just a piece of wire) that you could plug in the RF port. They probably just had it set to higher power, because it worked (extremely badly, but it worked).

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mercster
mercster

No, I never wondered why there were two outputs and what the differences were.

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TangomanX2008
TangomanX2008

This was true for other 8 bit consoles and computers, eg.

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Dragon Slayer Ornstein
Dragon Slayer Ornstein

Twitch, for old people

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TruthBy Design
TruthBy Design

Sounded like a Gremlin in the room.

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Michael Livingstone
Michael Livingstone

I did this. We didn’t have cable tv in the kitchen but did in a nearby bedroom with a vcr so with a little broadcast amplifier i got from Radio Shack, I used the VCR to tune into the desired cable channel and broadcasted it out on channel 3 to the kitchen. Worked perfectly! As a matter of fact, I recall plugging the cable tv coax into the amplifier then the output of that to an antenna and broadcasted cable tv. All I had to do was select whatever channel I wanted to watch 2-13 VHF.

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Nate Shoemaker
Nate Shoemaker

You are awesome sir!

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SyncroScales
SyncroScales

All of the spying and wifi that existed in the past is exposed. All of the Scientology stuff and how they and the investors did it. Like some peoples "Let's Play video game recordings" videos being uploaded online. People are grounding for the electricty and signals. Touch the TV antennae and you will usually see an improvement in signal. Good video.

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Andrei Neacsu
Andrei Neacsu

Well, well, well... My Romanian Sinclair ZX Spectrum clone (greatly expanded and improved) was used to broadcast wireless using an apartment building amplifier (like, for 15 apartments). The thing is that in my country we never talked in terms of "Channel x, y, z". but in the actual frequency of the carrier signal. Having very few TV stations (one national and a few Yugoslavian, Hungarian and Bulgarian ones) and combined with the fact that my clone was at the end of one of the TV bands, meant that I did not overlap with any used signal. The purpose was to send the image and sound from games and demos to the living room TV at the same time as using my monochrome (green phosphorus) monitor (composite) in my room. Due to the amount of iron and steel in the concrete walls, there was very little chance of sending the signal to any neighbors and close to zero for exiting the building. Those were good times for home experiments; very good times.

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Gay Priest
Gay Priest

Who here's a member of the Channel 4 gang?

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Stephen Bianchi
Stephen Bianchi

Fifty nine gd mf seconds in and I love this dude

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moonverine
moonverine

"What are you in for?" "Manslaughter. You?" "I hooked an antenna up to my Nintendo."

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J elhaj
J elhaj

wait... can multiple TVs get that signal??

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Sour D
Sour D

In UK it was common to use RF up until and including the N64 era when we started using scart cables more frequently.

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yukeitor
yukeitor

Believe it or not, it happened to me once that while watching TV I saw someone playing Mario. now I know it was my neighbor lol

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Johnny Antonny
Johnny Antonny

I was the neighbor receiving a gaming channel on the tv almost every night. Had to tune the antenna to get better quality! That was that era's twitch, lol.

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Gary Schraa
Gary Schraa

Aw damn ....so my teenage [conspiracy] theory (1981)  that televisions were secretly capable of transmitting conversations back through the air on secret wave lengths ....... to big brother obviously ______ was wrong ?  I never wore tinfoil hats , but I did put it on my antennas . And yes I was absolutely positive that some of my ideas were stolen and either turned into products , or commercials . Well because I'd see my ideas or hear my exact words within months sometimes weeks . "Where's MY royalties assholes" was my mantra .  Still , something is amiss . Thanks man

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Clyde Falken
Clyde Falken

a CSB meme, i love it already...

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R Duke
R Duke

Id be willing to donate some money to see you "In another country" and see how far you can broadcast using that pro amp, for entertainments purposes only in a another country. Lets just say Costa Rica or something

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R Duke
R Duke

15:08 Reminds me of pre google YouTube. Total nerd moment

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Angry cowboy man
Angry cowboy man

Cowpoke I got me a 50 buck transmitter analog from Amazon that lets me use HDMI and av to broadcast on vhf and uhf. Pretty good pic quality and realistic range about 100 ft with rabbit ears

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herbsta magus
herbsta magus

When wires and terminals are not properly impedance matched it creates reflections along the wire which could lead to loss of detail and resolution and lighting through various forms of wave cancellations.

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HJCF0520
HJCF0520

The CSB reference made me subscribe immediately. The great content also!!

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Alejandro Guerrero
Alejandro Guerrero

I can totally imagine him gettin chased by the FCC like they did to Hal & Craig in Malcom in the middle

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Ari L
Ari L

Well damn, I always wondered why the RF in was only channel 3 or 4.

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kFY
kFY

My theory on why the RF image looks so much worse is bandwidth. Video bandwidth over RF is limited to 4.2 MHz for NTSC, or between 5 and 6 MHz for PAL (TVs tend to have 5 MHz filters even in countries where the standards permit for more, though). This is equivalent to 448x480 (NTSC) or 533x576 (5 MHz PAL) in digital terms - BTW, note how the horizontal "pixel count" is actually lower than the vertical line for broadcast signals! Anyway, the composite signal is theoretically unlimited in horizontal resolution, so if a TV doesn't filter that internally, it can get much sharper. NES output is only 256 pixels across, but via composite those will be "square waves". Over RF they are by necessity blurred due to bandwidth limitations. Also probably the reason why pro modulators are much more expensive and involved doesn't have much to do with the picture quality, which as you mentioned will often be just as good. For once, pro modulators do proper vestigial sideband filtering, so that their output can be properly put side by side with each other in a setting like the "hotel cable" you mentioned. Cheap modulators built into 80s/90s home electronics generally do straight AM instead, which means that this NES probably leaks some signal into channel 2 as well. BTW, demodulating vestigial sideband signal without noticeable distortion requires some rather complicated demodulator design, so depending on the quality of the TV tuner that might be another reason for the loss of quality over RF. Note that even if the NES' modulator does straight AM, the TV needs to filter out the bottom sideband so that any actual signal that might be on channel 2 wouldn't interfere - so it will kind of be vestigial sideband before it hits the demodulator anyway. Over composite you are not relying on the TV demodulator's quality, you're bypassing it completely, so the signal will always be free of distortion. And there are also much higher noise levels which might make Mario look a bit snowy.

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Miguel Sotelo
Miguel Sotelo

I was that kid too

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metabee
metabee

22 years. 22 years what it took for me to figure it out. And only because of this video.

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Cody Rollins
Cody Rollins

The blue stripe is infuriating to me as a painter

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fongaboo
fongaboo

Yeah our house had two antennas on the roof. So I remember doing this as an experiment with my Sega Genesis. I transmitted out one antenna and received on the other. It barely came in though. These old school Yagi TV antennas so I probably would have had to point the transmitting one straight at the receiving one.

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eDoc2020
eDoc2020

AFAIK most rooftop antennas like that are tuned for UHF, so they wouldn't be very effective on VHF channels 3 or 4.

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Jerico Parazo
Jerico Parazo

Yup, when I was a kid, while channel surfing, we accidentally picked up the neigh ors's screen playing, I think Ninja Gaiden

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amjad salah
amjad salah

there are chinese/taiwanese nes clone called "ending-man" it was popular in Iraq in late 90s and it was very powerful in broadcast that you can see what your neighbors play!

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Juan Omar Ramírez
Juan Omar Ramírez

I experimented that neighbour broadcasted gameplays myself. Back the I had no idea about what was going on but some times when tuning Chanel 3 to play, I saw someone playing. IT has to be late night for quality to be acceptable…

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Taska Nawa
Taska Nawa

try a master system super compact from tectoy

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kenshinflyer
kenshinflyer

I remember the same compliance notice on my Nintendo Game Boy and my old Yamaha PSS-10 keyboard, that both are compliant with "Section J of Part 15 of FCC rules." Man, the topic is right up the alley I entered when I first picked up a book on audio and video technology when I was in elementary school!

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W.E.S. Wesley entertainment studios
W.E.S. Wesley entertainment studios

Ya I miss the days when I could 0ick up the phone at the right time and hear my neighbors talking on it

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Evansmustard
Evansmustard

these animations are fantastic

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Taylor White
Taylor White

Your a smart cookie

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mar killeen
mar killeen

i remember there was a tv station in Ireland that used to show movies that were not even in the cinema yet i watched Lilo & Stitch on it before it was even advertised

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Chris M
Chris M

This is pretty frickin cool!

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Magdalena Živković
Magdalena Živković

goddamn, laws ruining memes yet again

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Kuribo Kutsu
Kuribo Kutsu

When i was child i lived in apartment (here its pretty usual thing, majority lives like that) and one day while playing with TV tuner i tuned to...someone playing 8bit console. I was quite amazed by that and sometimes watched some unknown guy or gal playing Lode Runner at evenings. It was so bizarre. OFC i didnt know there was consoles with RF tuners at that time.

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Camcorder, More Like Camcord-RW (It's A Disc Joke)

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Camcorder, More Like Camcord-RW (It's A Disc Joke)

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PBX Phones - Without a PBX?

23:36

PBX Phones - Without a PBX?

Cathode Ray Dude

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7 Users on 1 PC! - but is it legal?

1:10:13

7 Users on 1 PC! - but is it legal?

Cathode Ray Dude

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A TV/VCR With A Wild Past

25:19

A TV/VCR With A Wild Past

Cathode Ray Dude

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Does the NES Have a Secret Master System Port? | Nostalgia Nerd

12:30

Does the NES Have a Secret Master System Port? | Nostalgia Nerd

Nostalgia Nerd

عدد المشاهدات 1.6 مليون

The Forgotten History of Home Video

30:30

The Forgotten History of Home Video

Cathode Ray Dude

عدد المشاهدات 64 ألف

You Coulda Just Faxed From Your PC (Since 1995)

21:21

You Coulda Just Faxed From Your PC (Since 1995)

Cathode Ray Dude

عدد المشاهدات 37 ألف

هذا الشخص الصيني عد شهر رئسه!!!!!

0:25

هذا الشخص الصيني عد شهر رئسه!!!!!

Marwan Ala3bod

عدد المشاهدات 1.5 مليون

Unboxing Package//Nakaka-Bulol Ang Laman.

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Unboxing Package//Nakaka-Bulol Ang Laman.

Ian Ramirez

عدد المشاهدات 35 ألف

So I Let My Family HUNT Me for Money

10:50

So I Let My Family HUNT Me for Money

Preston

عدد المشاهدات 1.9 مليون

فساتين مهرجان القاهره السينمائي

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فساتين مهرجان القاهره السينمائي

Aiman Mostafa

عدد المشاهدات 64 ألف

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عدد المشاهدات 3.3 مليون

Bhgwaan se dosti 😢❤️ || Vivek Keshari || #ytshorts

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Bhgwaan se dosti 😢❤️ || Vivek Keshari || #ytshorts

Vivek Ki Baatein

عدد المشاهدات 4.6 مليون

Money Heist ft. Nanu | Salonayyy | Saloni Gaur

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Money Heist ft. Nanu | Salonayyy | Saloni Gaur

Salonayyy

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فهد العرادي سناب {284} محمود يسوي سحر لي علاوي 😂

3:15

فهد العرادي سناب {284} محمود يسوي سحر لي علاوي 😂

يوميات فهد العرادي

عدد المشاهدات 30 ألف