Digital Amateur TV
Exchange between Hams interested in DATV.
HamGroup «DATV Digital Amateur TV»
what is it about?
Whether it’s watching live video from the International Space Station, developing high speed data links to carry digital TV signals, helping produce programs for live streaming, building pre-amps and high power amplifiers for the microwave bands or restoring vintage cameras and outside broadcast vans, the world of Amateur Television (ATV) has something to interest everyone!
Amateur Television is a fascinating area of Amateur Radio covering all aspects of video production, editing, transmission and reception of Television and has always been at the fore front of the technology revolution. Many stations are now transmitting Digital pictures (DATV) using the DVB broadcast standards and using video streaming technologies to exchange pictures with ATV operators around the world.
online Meeting (Link auf BBB-Raum HamGroup «DATV Digital Amateur TV» hier)
please sign into BBB videoconference with your first name and your radio call. or with firstname lastname if you do not have a call.
This BBB room is in service 7x24h and can be used by members of this HamGroup at any time!
(access to this meeting room is public, in order to allow interested persons to visit us before they formally join the HamGroup)
public – for all
Monthly: first tuesday of the month at 2115 h
Moderators of this HamGroup
Michel Burnand HB9DUG
Pierre-André Probst HB9AZN
Moodle-Site of HamGroup «DATV Digital Amateur TV»
(Events, Files, Programs, Tools, Links HamGroup-Forum, etc)
Login/Password required. Registration below right. USKA membership required for Moodle access (CHF 20 only for youth).
Moodle-Repository of this HamGroup
(for USKA Members. Login Name is your Call in lower case)
none currently known.
Sprachen / Languages
deutsch / english / français
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