Smooth Scroll Test Method
Original Publication Date: 1987-Jun-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Feb-01
The present method makes it possible to decide whether smooth scroll operation is satisfactorily done in a logic card for a display terminal by counting the number of video pulses, each of which makes a dot appear on a display screen. With reference to Fig. 1, a logic card 2 receives commands for smooth scroll from a card tester 4 which can be comprised of a personal computer. Then the card 2 provides the tester 4 with a video signal which includes video pulses, each of which makes a dot appear on a display screen so that a desired character is displayed. (Image Omitted) The tester 4 counts the video pulses during the time between one vertical synchronizing pulse and the next vertical synchronizing pulse shown in Fig. 3A. The video pulse counting is done three times, i.e.