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School me on SSTV on 14.230Mhz ...

Discussion in 'General Ham Radio Discussion' started by Klondike Mike, Jul 21, 2021 at 4:18 AM.

  1. Klondike Mike

    Klondike Mike Sr. Member

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    I was monitoring a local SDR on 20m and viewed something I've never seen before ... a call sign displayed on the waterfall. How is that done? If it is only a function of the SSTV mode, could it not be incorporated into a voice mode? Like a roger beep feature that would ID the station at each key-up.


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  2. nomadradio

    nomadradio Analog Retentive

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    Way, way cool! Never have seen that until now. I need that in a noise toy that 'thweeps' every time I unkey.

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  3. Rwb

    Rwb Sr. Member

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    another device that comes on a frequincy your talking on with squeel thats annoying. and repeaters too
     
  4. Klondike Mike

    Klondike Mike Sr. Member

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    Klondike Mike Sr. Member

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    OK, I'm all "schooled up". Thank you me. Found this video on Youtube;

     
  6. Klondike Mike

    Klondike Mike Sr. Member

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    Done. Use the JPG to Audio converter. Create WAV file. You know what to do next.
     
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