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SSTV For Linux Available




A few months back someone inquired about the availability of an SSTV
program for the Linux operating system.  ON1MH is working on a program
called QSSTV that currently receives Martin 1 and 2, Scottie 1 and 
2, Wraase SC2 180, and Robot 36 modes, and transmits using Martin 1
and 2 modes.  QSSTV uses Qt libraries (freely available), and sends
and receives SSTV signals using a soundcard.  The latest version of
QSSTV was released on May 30, 1999.

Further information is available at:

	http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/on1mh/qsstv.html

Samples of SSTV images received by QSSTV are available at:

	http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/on1mh/gallery/index.html


73, de John, KD2BD

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