This website is mainly used to display my received SSTV images, but there are a few other pages that you might find of interest. Some of these still need to be updated following a major re-design. I will also add a few comments on SSTV-related matters on this page from time-to-time.
73, Paul G4IJE.
23rd February 2015
Some nice images were received during the recent PD180 mode activity from the International Space Station. Many examples can be seen here:
Click on the images to view them at full-size. PD180 mode produces images that are 640 pixels by 496 lines, so any website displaying less than that is not doing the images justice.
31st January 2015
The zoomed image viewer on the RX pics page seems to be working a bit better.
January 2015 is looking like a bumper month for SSTV. My archive is over 2000 images with still a few hours to go. I do delete some poor-quality images so the actual number received is higher. My RX system normally runs 4 days a week - from Friday through to Monday.
29th January 2015
You can now click on the images on the main webcam page to zoom them to double size. Once the zoom window is displayed, you can move forwards or backwards through all 25 images.
I've just found that this feature is a bit erratic at the moment. I'm working on it ...
23rd January 2015
The webcam and archive pages now have the same style as the rest of the site. The zoomed image viewer on the archive pages has changed slightly and should fit on most tablet screens. The navigation arrows and close icon should be accessible even on very small screens.
HINT: Manually refresh this page (hit f5 or click on your browser's refresh button) to ensure the
HF and VHF Band Conditions panel is up-to-date. I will try to organise an auto-refresh later.
2nd January 2015
The "Projects" link now works and some of my old project pages are available again. Details of current/recent projects will appear in the next few days.