TO AMATEUR TELEVISION
guide is intended for the Radio Amateur who is interested in Amateur
Television (ATV). No previous knowledge of ATV is assumed, and
the largely non-technical information will guide you through the
mysteries of Aerials, Cables, Connectors, Receivers, Transmitters,
Repeaters and much more. It is essential reading for anyone who
has wondered whether they could participate in the hobby of Amateur
more information on how to obtain an Amateur Radio licence, which
does require that you to pass a "City & Guilds" Examination,
please write to the:-
of Great Britian
Herts EN6 3JE
a large (SAE)
go to their web site
the idea of exmainations put you off from this facsinating hobby,
you will find fellow "Radio Amateurs" more than willing
to provide you with help and additional encouragement. Most large
UK cities will have at least one Amateur Radio Club. The meetings
are usually very informal and will provide you with the chance
to meet people with similar interests to your own.
Here we present
an additional aspect, that of moving pictures via Fast Scan Television.
We hope to be able to captivate you to try out our mode.