CQ-DATV 81 available for free download

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CQ-DATV 81 available for free download

Post by g8cjs » Sat Feb 29, 2020 10:38 am

CQ-DATV 81 is available
Another rabbit out of the hat as Ian always says and what a rabbit. Micro Corner is back with Mike G7GTN looking at BASIC for the Ardunio and the ESP 8266.
Trevor has produced another of his looking back 50 years. It’s interesting to look at some of the idea’s which did not really become household names
Roger Paskavan WA0IUJ has written about everybody’s favourite subject “mathematical equations”. Let me quote Roger “it is so easy that you don’t even need a calculator, it can be done all in your head”!!
Trevor has written part 14 of his GVG mixer and joined forces with Mike G7GTN. Together they have downloaded Vmix, the most popular ATV video switching programme and together are determined to interface it to the GVG mixer panel
What happens when two transmitters need to share the same aerial? Well a T-piece might be a start, but if you want the RF to go up to the aerial and not to the other TX, this needs a little more work Jim Andrews, KH6HTV explains
One from the Vault looks back at CQ-DATV 5 where Richard Carden explains some free software that allows you to create your own testcard. There has been a lot of discussion on social media about how to generate a Jpeg file for use as an electronic test-card. Richard’s solution is far more elegant than the Power Point recommendations that were banded about. The problem was the link he provided no longer works, but a search through Richards hard drive has provided the software and its now available on the CQ-DATV (TCM.zip) downloads page.

Enough from me its time to download CQ-DATV 81. As we enter into year 8 of producing this free magazine
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