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This website is mainly used to display my received SSTV images, but there are a few other pages that you might find of interest. The Articles section is more of a "miscellaneous" section for pages that do not fit into another category. I will also add a few comments on SSTV-related matters on this page from time-to-time.

73, Paul G4IJE.


22nd December 2018

I just noticed that the "favourites" page has not been updated since October. I have found the bug and fixed it so it should be OK now.


27th October 2018

Lots of contest QRM today so there may be fewer images than normal for a Saturday.


31st July 2018

I have modified the rxpics page so that PD mode images - such as those from the ISS - are displayed correctly. The previous version of the page expected all images to be 320 x 256 and couldn't cope with images that were 640 x 512.

Several more nice pics from the ISS today. This one is a composite from two different passes:


30th July 2018

More PD-120 mode SSTV from the ISS on 145.800MHz FM today:


21st July 2018

The RX pics system is down at the moment as I am having some issues with the sound devices on my PC. I finally got FT8 mode working again on my IC-7300 and I don't want to risk upsetting it by reconnecting the FT-991A. Normal service will be resumed as soon as possible!

UPDATE: I managed to get things working, although it is a temporary fix and more work is needed. The system may be down for a while tomorrow.


1st July 2018

Nice pictures received in PD120 mode on 145.800MHz from the ISS this morning:


19th May 2018

The RX pics system may be not be running quite so often for the next couple of months now that the sporadic E season has arrived. My IC-7300 will be mainly staying on 4m and my IC-991A will be used for everything else, including 2m FT8, occasional checks on 6m FT8 (just using my OCF dipole) and 20m SSTV.


 

14th April 2018

More SSTV from the ISS today:


13th April 2018

Noise free picture received from the ISS this afternoon on 145.800MHz FM in PD120 mode. The signal peaked S9+30dB on my 5 element horizontal yagi.


2nd April 2018

Received from the ISS today in PD120 mode:


24th March 2018

Huge contest signals across the band today so not expecting much SSTV.


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