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in this issue:-
Jim Andrews, KH6HTV has been revisiting his streaming
the Boulder ATV repeater.
is still experimenting with the Grass Valley control
panel and now Mike has added a PCB design for his I2C
Ken Konechy W6HHC
has produced another DATV express
report with a DATV picture received by G4GUO from G4BAO
using QATAR OSCAR100
has been adding digital ATV (D2) receive and
transmit capabilities to the operating position by integrating
new equipment into the ham shack, and finds this can get
has produced another step in the development of
video tape recording, along the road that started with
Quadruplex and has now reached digital recording, with many
advantages from read before write and much more.
has been looking at the laws that govern ATV
propagation, something well worth looking at
Dan Rapak WA3ATV
reports on MidAtlantic ATV that is a
coalition of ATV repeater owners, with a strategic planning
meeting that took place at Hoss’ Restaurant in York,
Pennsylvania. As the name implies, members are from the
various states that make up the MidAtlantic region of the US.
One from the vault (our look back at a previous artical)
is a look at the implementation of Tally
Lights to the popular Vmix software and Trevor evaluates
their rather unusual solution.
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