This annual event that began with our century in 2011 again saw plenty of support and activity.
This annual event for 2017 is a mix of digital amateur television signals and Skype will be held on Friday the 26 August and Saturday 27
The 2015 annual DATV QSO Party sponsored by Amateur Radio Victoria and the Melbourne ATV Group was a huge success with a record number o
Marking its 5th year, this growing annual event is held in August.
Starting in 2011 the event is sponsored by Amateur Radio Victoria and the Melbourne ATV Group.
It will be on the Melbourne-Geelong VK3RTV repeater and streamed through the British Amateur Television Club.
The International Space Station has run tests of its new HamTV which transmits on 2422.0 MHz and received by ground stations.
New antennas have been built and fitted to the digital television repeater VK3RTV giving it better coverage in the Melbourne and Geelong
The Melbourne and Geelong digital television repeater on Mt Dandenong has had recent changes to its antennas which should see improvement
Work is continuing on the Digital Amateur Radio Television project delivered to the International Space Station last August and it’s now
The analogue television transmitters delivering five channels from Melbourne’s Mt Dandenong were turned off Tuesday December the 10th, en
Australia’s final analogue TV transmitters, on Melbourne’s Mount Dandenong, will be turned off for good on Tuesday, December the 10th.
In what promises to open up DVB-T further is a newly released dongle that is a great step towards more transmiiters on the mode.
A review of the 3rd annual coming together of ATVers has been put on YouTube for all to enjoy and aims to increase participation in this
This annual event held through VK3RTV last weekend was another great success.
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