In tonight’s livestream we discuss 3.4 GHz panels, the Icom IC-9700 and IC-705 radios and how they will benefit ham radio operators. Also a small demonstration on Ardunio.
Justin VK7TW and Hayden VK7HH went through the RD contest 2:15 and the upcoming mods to the 3.4 GHz panels – 7:05
Then Ron Cullen joined Justin to discuss all things Ardunio 12:10. Rex VK7MO and Justin then finished off discussing the VK7 to VK7 EME contact 24:40, the IC-9700 29:00 and new IC-705 radio 36:25.
We then moved to the main room of the club to take a tour of the transverters currently running on 3.4 GHz and to modify Justin’s panel.
Visiting the Radio and Electronics Association of Southern Tasmania on their weekly Digital Amateur Television Experimenters night. 3.4 GHz will be discussed on the night and the progress being made. Many other topics related to ham radio will be discussed too.
REAST transmit out on RF on 445.5MHz DVB-T 7MHz Standard Definition. So, if you have a TV, Set-top box or USB DTV Dongle that you can tune to 445.5MHz and do a scan for a DVB-T signal, and, you can see the Queens Domain in Hobart, then you have a good chance of receiving the DATV Experimenter’s Night Signal. Look out for VK7OTC. They also stream the nights on the REAST YouTube channel and Facebook.
REAST YouTube – https://bit.ly/2kojhzp
REAST Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/reasttas/
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