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Re: SSTV programs.



If you go to our web page, www.hampubs.com , then choose "Favorite Sites"
you will find a link to John Langners web site. He has EVERYTHING you need
to know about SSTV and the different programs available.

While you are on our web page, you can check out the program that I wrote,
Blaster SSTV. It was the first to use the Sound Blaster as the device to
send and receive with (1992), and is DOS based (works with Win 95/98
however). There are many newer programs that are Windows programs with more
features, and you will find links to each on John's page.

Gene Harlan - WB9MMM
Harlan Technologies - publisher of
OSCAR Satellite Report - OSR@hampubs.com
Amateur Television Quarterly - ATVQ@hampubs.com
http://www.hampubs.com


----- Original Message -----
From: Norm McMillan <njmcmillan@bigpond.com>
To: <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>; <sarex@AMSAT.Org>
Sent: Wednesday, May 24, 2000 6:16 AM
Subject: [sarex] SSTV programs.


> Good evening all.
>
> Could some kind soul point me to the Website that has a number of SSTV
> program summaries/reviews and some download links. I have upgraded from
> WFWG/Dos to W95 and lost all my old bookmarks. Also upgraded to Opera from
> IE5 and I have a feeling thats when they went. I'm particularly interested
> in W95sstv.
>
>
>
>
> Norm, VK2XCI.
> Mount Hope NSW. Voice of the Edge of The Outback
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