In October 2018 I started using a Comtech 23cm transmitter for my ATV operations. Rather than use the 8-way dip switches to tune the transmitter, I decided to work on a project to develop a rotary LCD tuner using an Arduino Uno as the micro-controller. This article shows how I did it, including the code.
For 23cm Amateur TeleVision (ATV) I am using a Comtech 23cm transmitter powered by a 13.8V power supply.
This article tells why and how I replaced the voltage regulator.
I made these test cards for my Amateur Television (ATV) station on 11th October 2018 using Adobe Photoshop and Camtasia Studio 2018.
In April 2017 I constructed a masthead pre-amplifier unit for 23cm ATV (Amateur Television) using a G8FEK low noise amplifier (LNA), two Tohtsu CX-520D coaxial relays and a homebrew PCB.
Updated: 17th February 2017
It’s 13th November 2017 and I’ve just started to design my liquid cooled RF amplifier for 23cm Amateur Television (ATV).
Checking feasibility of receiving and transmitting Amateur Television (ATV) between M0NWK QTH and Lincoln Cathedral repeater GB3VL
When I was thirteen years old, I remember hooking up an old Amstrad analogue satellite receiver to a homebrew yagi antenna to receive amateur radio television (ATV) from Lincoln repeater GB3VL. That was as far as I got with ATV until a recently.
Using a capacitor to block DC voltage in the Humax Foxsat satellite receiver for 23cm Amateur Television (ATV)
To receive 1.3 GHz (23cm) digital Amateur Television (ATV) transmissions from my local repeater GB3VL, I am using a Humax Foxsat HD/GB (click here for user manual) digital satellite receiver.