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HamTV video with Koichi Wakata

PostPosted: Mon 14 Apr 2014 17:44
by F6DZP
Hello,

For this last day of HamTV transmission I received 5mn45s of 16/9 video

In flashvideo format:
http://vivadatv.org/images/reading%20HamTV.html

Some difficulties at the beginning due to some trees.but a total of 5mn 45s of 16/9 video.

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Jean Pierre F6DZP

Re: HamTV video with Koichi Wakata

PostPosted: Mon 14 Apr 2014 19:52
by i0kpt
Dear Jean Pierre,

congratulation for your perfect reception of HamTV video with Koichi Wakata !!! I see that you had a perfect tracking, even if the max elevations was very demanding! Now we must avoid to forget, waiting for the next transmissions, how to set everything, hi!

Thank you again for having created Tutioune!

Did you also recorded the multiview from BATC.TV? Let me know.

Congratulation to the other station involved, too.

Best 73

Piero, I0KPT

Re: HamTV video with Koichi Wakata

PostPosted: Mon 14 Apr 2014 20:46
by F6DZP
Hi Piero,

Yes I have recorded the multiviewer, but not the beginning. I was too much occupied to catch the first second of HamTV signal.

About the Prosistel rotors I have spend the two last days, 10h by day taking a picture of NPM every 5 mn , to find the good calibration factor.

I have change the value I was using and now it seems that the V at the top of the curve tends to disappear.

I will continue to search.

Jean Pierre F6DZP

Re: HamTV video with Koichi Wakata

PostPosted: Tue 15 Apr 2014 11:58
by vk6mj
Congratulations Jean Pierre and the rest of the team. A fantastic effort by you all.

I am looking forward to providing video as part of normal telebridge operations.

73
Martin
VK6 ARISS Telebridge Ground Station