In this issue Jim Andrews, KH6HTV has added part 3 of using Radio Mobile for rf path predictions . In this final part Jim will discuss using free, on-line, computer program to compute point-To-point rf path predictions.
Mijo Kovačevič, S51KQ has been looking at the Adoption of narrowband DVB-S and S2 signals software.
Trevor G8CJS is still working on his GVG mixer panel and this time its a look at how the button can be decoded
Mike Willis GØMJW, Remco den Besten PA3FYM, Paul Marsh MØEYT have come up with some easy to build 2.4 and 10 GHz dish feeds, using commonly available materials.
One from the vault looks back at balloon-powered Internet access
Peter the DKARS secretary was asked by Ian on behalf of CQ-DATV for permission to publish the article
Peter then checked with Remco the author and confirmed that it was OK for CQ-DATV to to reproduce the DKARS article
I have no idea what happens in the DKARS and how there rights work, but that is where the article was first published and they were happy for CQ-DATV to reproduce the article.
Ian the CQ-DATV editor is not on this forum but you can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hope this helps
The article itself is on Paul's blog, and CQTV and Oscar news published an updated version. Ian didn't ask either of us. Had he done that he would have found there has been progress since then. Not only an alternative patch with a horn for longer dishes but also a better dielectric lens design from Willi that improves the 10 GHz performance over the one in the article. So you lost an opportunity to print someone new rather than a copy of an article itself copied from the internet.
I see this copying of internet material a lot now, there's not necessarily anything wrong with this but maybe you should call the magazine or part of it a digest.