Remote Operated Audio/Video Switcher. Team Members. Jordan Goulder, Leader Joe Laszczak Kian-Wah Chee Dr. Harden, Advisor. Problems With Current A/V Devices. Low Cost Switchers Little crosstalk prevention Manually switched High-End Receivers High cost Large size. Solution.
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a. Option to assign random input assignments
b. Increment or Decrement
Input Selector Buttons
Remote SwitcherUser Interface
4:1 Audio/Video Multiplexer
Wait for Input
Output <= Input1
Output <= Input2
Output <= Input3
Output <= Input4
Output <= Input++
Output <= Input--
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