Ham College 70: Fast scan and slow scan TV

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  1. W5JDX

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    Ham College episode 70 is now available for download.
    Extra Class Exam Questions – Part 8.
    Television practices: fast scan television standards and techniques, slow scan television standards and techniques.


  2. KA8VNG

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    Have loved SSTV for many years , started with a comadore 64 & than to a robot 400 that I modified for 36 second receive.
    I was alway's just behind the newer modes until MMSSTV, a great program & very simple to use. I really started out with
    a rotary drum fax machine, A great off shoot of the ham radio hobby. See you on the air / 73 .... ..
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  3. KA8VNG

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    Me & my comadore 64 working SSTV 1980's. also VIC 20 for rtty etc .... ..

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  4. KI5JJP

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    This is something I have wanted to learn about. Thank you for making a video about it.
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  5. W1YW

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    Very helpful!
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  6. N3KBF

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    Use to have so much fun working fast scan here in the Baltimore area back in the 90's
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  7. KK9W

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    I enjoy some SSTV from time to time and at one point was my primary mode. Back then I used to upload my received images to https://www.worldsstv.com/ and I also used it to see who, where and how well I was being received. It was a very useful tool for me. Although I no longer upload I still keep an eye on it when I operate SSTV.

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