I'm not sure if they're still available, but the Haupagge PVR-350 cards have
integrated RF-modulators. That might be a fit for the job...
And they work great under linux.
On Mon, May 31, 2010 at 6:50 PM, Paul Murray <paulinuxmurray at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hi Guys,
>> Anybody ever tried sending linux video out of a linux box into some
> kind of graphics card with an RF out where the signal could be tuned
> into an analogue TV. Looking to put together something for a local
> nursing home to allow digital content be "broadcast" on the piped TV
> ring that exists in the home thus delivering it to all residents
> without any huge expense on the nursing home.
>> Any thoughts would be very welcome.
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