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Forum: RDM Physical Layer/Hardware Discussion July 12th, 2012
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Posted By ericthegeek
The standard says (emphasis added): "Command...

The standard says (emphasis added):
"Command ports shall include the line biasing network."

"Command ports may be designed with means to disconnect the line biasing network."

A command port...
Forum: RDM Physical Layer/Hardware Discussion July 10th, 2012
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Posted By ericthegeek
Realistically, you'll need a few different...

Realistically, you'll need a few different controllers. Different pieces of test equipment excel in different areas.

The cheapest RDM controller I know of is DFD's RAD. But it's not exactly full...
Forum: RDM Physical Layer/Hardware Discussion July 9th, 2012
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Posted By ericthegeek
Once you have your device working, I'd encourage...

Once you have your device working, I'd encourage you to do a lot of testing with as many different devices as you can (controllers and responders).

Building a hub turns out to be one of the more...
Forum: RDM Physical Layer/Hardware Discussion July 7th, 2012
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Posted By ericthegeek
Yes, you are correct. The formal RDM...

Yes, you are correct.

The formal RDM terminology is "Command Port" and "Responder Port". A 1-in, 2-out RDM splitter would have 2 Command Ports and 1 Responder Port. The two command ports would...
Forum: RDM Physical Layer/Hardware Discussion July 7th, 2012
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Posted By ericthegeek
What you're describing is usually called an RDM...

What you're describing is usually called an RDM Hub or RDM Splitter.

It's generally a bad idea to have a single DMX input with fixed termination unless you're absolutely certain your device will...
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