Slow Scan TV

QSSTV is a program for receiving and transmitting SSTV and HAMDRM (sometimes called DSSTV). It is compatible with most of MMSSTV and EasyPal

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Frequencies

WIA band plan for SSTV activity:

The following amateur radio frequencies are commonly used for transmitting and receiving SSTV signals.

Amateur Band Frequency Comment
160 meters
80 meters 3.640 MHz SSTV Call Freq. Australia. LSB
40 meters 7.043 MHz SSTV Call Freq.
7.170MHz SSTV Call Freq. Australia, USA. LSB
30 meters 10.132 MHz SSTV Call Freq. USB
20 meters 14.230 MHz SSTV Call Freq. USB. International
14.233 MHz SSTV - DIGITAL Call Freq. USB. International
14.236 MHz SSTV Call Freq. USB. VK5ZW Store and forward repeater
14.240 MHz SSTV Call Freq. Europe. USB
17 meters
15 meters 21.340 MHz SSTV Call Freq. USB. International
12 meters
10 meters 28.680 MHz SSTV Call Freq. USB. International
6 meters 50.950 MHz SSTV Call Freq. USB
2 meters 145.625 MHz SSTV Call Freq. USB & FM. Australia
70cm 433.775 SSTV Call Freq. USB & FM. Australia
Source: https://vk6ysf.com/sstvfrequ.htm



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Files


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Installation

QSSTV is a program for receiving and transmitting SSTV and HAMDRM (sometimes called DSSTV). It is compatible with most of MMSSTV and EasyPal.

Johan Maes ON4QZ:
http://users.telenet.be/on4qz/qsstv/manual/index.html


http://users.telenet.be/on4qz/qsstv/manual/installation.html


https://www.chonky.net/hamradio/decoding-sstv-from-a-file-on-a-linux-system



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