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In this issue:-
Rudi Pavlic S58RU has produced a story of an emergency deployable ATV repeater that has been constructed in Slovenia.
Mike has written another column for Micro Corner and this month it’s a real time clock with a revised BASIC download file that includes new custom commands that have been added to the original BASIC to drive this inexpensive unit.
Trevor has been investigating Magic Lantern’s and to the best of our knowledge he has not produced a genie or been granted three wishes, but perhaps he lives in hope.
We have reproduced part of one of the learning packages offered free by the Cyber college and have chosen the subject of TV lenses. Our thanks to Ron Whittaker, Ph.D. from the Cyber College and we wish him every success with the venture, his interesting site is well worth a visit.
Ken W6HCC has produced the September DATV express update and also explains that The Analogue Devices ADALM-PLUTO SDR Tx/Rx may become available again in first week of January at a price of US$100 or US$150. The Lime-Micro mini-Lime SDR Tx/Rx is rumoured to ship in mid-January at a price of US$140. Digital ATV kit is on the move again.
Klaus has provided some translations from the latest issue of Der TV Amateur, http://www.agaf-ev.org/index.php/tv-amateur the popular ATV magazine produced in the German language. It is always a pleasure to receive this magazine and work with the AGAF and it was a pleasant surprise to see that Trevor’s article on 50 years of Colour TV in the UK from CQ-DATV 50 http://cq-datv.mobi/50.php has now been translated into German!