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CQ-DATV 78 now available for free download

Post by g8cjs » Sat Nov 30, 2019 6:22 pm

CQ-­DATV 78 our free magazine is ready for you to download from https://www.cq-datv.mobi/78.php
If you have not seen CQ-DATV before all the past issues are available for free download at https://www.cq-datv.mobi/ebooks.php
These are all available as a PDF downloads or various e-book formats

In this issue:-

Trevor has written part 11 of the GVG panel developments and the software now has the ability to provide pre­set and take functions.
It’s also interesting to note that a pair of GVG panels appeared on e-bay and changed hands for £88. One was complete with a case the other panel was sadly not.
If you are the new owner, drop the editor a line as we would like to keep track of these panels.

Jim Andrews, KH6HTV is looking at a 1980’s Frequency West microwave oscillators that often turns up on e­bay and hamfests (something to look out for).

Mario Badua, Jr KD6ILO takes us into the word of Video Conferencing and Amateur Television.

Jim Andrews, KH6HTV & Dave Pelaez, AH2AR are evaluating the Hi­Des, Model BR­101EH, DVB­T Repeater. This is a complete self­contained DVB­T repeater built into a USB dongle

Trevor has come up with some revised links and notes for anyone planning to make a Christmas video

John Gebuhr ­ WB0CMC has been taking us through a 250 watt 70cm PA that he built

One from the Vault looks back at CQ­DATV 40 with Mike Stevens G7GTN’s overview of the Great Cow Basic Compiler.

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