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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.