The purpose of this group is to share knowledge & experiences
using and developing DATV technology for amateur radio (ham radio) use.
The group is for both experienced DATV users and those new to DATV.
You've heard of Amateur Radio, but have you heard about Amateur Television?
A small but dedicated group of FCC-licensed ham radio operators communicate
with each other by means of their own personal color TV transmitters and
receivers. They call it ATV. The Triangle ATV Association is a group of hams
in the Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill NC area who own and operate an ATV
repeater (callsign NC4TV) based in northwest Durham.
atatv. Auckland, New Zealand, ATV. http://groups.yahoo.com/group/akatv/
A periodic newsletter to those interested in Amateur Television
activities in the City of Auckland, New Zealand by Radio Amateurs.
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ITVLP/galwayvhfgroup. Galway VHF Group. http://groups.yahoo.com/group/galwayvhfgroup/
The Galway VHF Group is an innovative Amateur Radio organisation,
located in the West of Ireland. Our activities include, but are
not limited to, operation in the Amateur Radio Emergency Network,
Field Days, Construction Projects, Amateur Television and the
Study of Radio Theory in General.
You will receive theMilliwatt, the award-winning monthly publication
of the Baltimore Radio Amateur Television Society, when you join
this group. This group is only for distribution of theMilliwatt and
special club related announcements. Only Moderators may post
messages to the group.
amateur_tv. AmateurTV. http://groups.yahoo.com/group/amateur_tv/
This group is for all enthusiasts of Amateur Television in any mode.
TVEngineers. Broadcast Television Engineers. http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/TVEngineers/
Persons retired, working or having worked in the television broacast
industry, commercial or public, as Chief Engineers, Transmitter and
RF engineers, ENG engineers, maintenance engineers, studio engineers,
IT engineers, or having carers in any television broadcasting field
from entry level to ownership and top management that included at some
point work as practicing engineers.
Licensed amateur radio operators who have had or presently have
amateur television operations, or those interested in the field of
amateur TV operations.
Also open to those having a sincere and ongoing interest in the
above mentioned fields, regardless of present occupation.
This is the official mailing list for the Atlanta ATV repeater,
home repeater for the Atlanta chapter of ATN (Amateur Television Network).
All official postings will be made here. To combat spam-bots and
flamefests, messages from brand new list members will be approved
by a moderator before being allowed to be visible.
Our Atlanta ATV repeater transmits on 427.25 MHz, exactly
corresponding to CATV channel 58. It is easily received on
a normal, analog, Cable-Ready set by connecting a UHF vertically
polarized outdoor antenna to your CATV input, setting the TV to
receive CATV 58 and pointing the antenna towards Sweat Mountain.
This is just N of Atlanta, close to where Fulton, Cobb, and
Cherokee counties touch.
We have an input on 1255 MHz FM which is a standard 12 MHz wide
FM TV signal, accepting a 6 MHz sound subcarrier. We are a
coordinated SERA repeater and have been for over 14 years.
We retransmit NASA Space Shuttle video and audio for all
missions 24x7, as a memorial to Tim Mallory AI4B and Kip
Turner W4KIP. Users with only 1 watt have been known to
get in to the receiver with nearly a P5 from as far away as Dillard, GA.
STXRC. South Texas Repeater Club. http://groups.yahoo.com/group/STXRC
The South Texas Repeater Club's mission is to promote and
maintain open VHF, UHF and SHF repeaters, primarily in the
Houston, Texas area, belonging to STRC, HTTY (Houston TeleTYpe
Club) and HATS (Houston Amateur Television Society).
Forum francophone de discussions autour de l'ATV (amateur Tele
Vision) ou Television d'amateur : techniques, skeds, essais,
realisations, comptes rendus...
BATS-ATV. Badgerland Amateur Television Society. http://groups.yahoo.com/group/BATS-ATV/
BATS is an organization in south central Wisconsin organized
to promote the use of Amateur Television. Meetings are held
quarterly. Membership can be obtained by sending your name,
address, call sign, phone number and first year dues of $20
to BATS; c/o Steve Schulze N9UDO, Treasurer; 1120 City View
Road; Baraboo, WI; 53913. Meeting notices will be posted on
this site, as well as on the mailing list.