It was a beautiful day for the meeting
Roland and Dave welcome guests
Mike puts finishing touches on the agenda
2.4GHz transmit on top - 1.2GHz receive below.
Roland's mobile ATV station made getting on the air as simple as 1..2..3....
Broadcast compound is ready!
Camera 1 and Camera 2 are balanced.
Audio check . . . "check"!
Receiving Santiago Peak on 1253.25 MHz!
Bob Partain - K6OHH on camera.
Close up on Roland's gear
Audio, Tx, downconverter, camera power supply, proc amp, and SWR meter.
VTR's to record the meeting and computer graphics.
Showtime 4 channel switcher with keyer.
434,00 MHz beam antenna as backup.
"Hmmm . . . should I focus?"
Guasti tower (not Dave's back yard)
Mike introduces the speakers.
Brian Miles - WB7UBB AATS - Arizona Amateur Television Society.
Gary Spronz - K6IOJ Blueridge repeater Trustee
Ted Lewis - K6TED Oat Mountain Technician.
Bob Partain - K6OHH Oat Mountain Technician.
Mike updates Santiago Peak.
Rod Fritz - WB9KMO give an update on the Santa Barbara repeater system.
Bill Smith - KB6MCU Mt. Palomar repeater Trustee.
Horizontal blanking, or the ATN Treasurer's report?
"What is funny about this sync tip?"
"Or this funny looking sync tip?"
Rod showing the ATN flyer.
A closer look at the ATV SIG flier.
Don Hill - KE6BXT gave a demo of the ATN website.
Brian "The Wavecom Man" Miles makes mods to Wavecoms.
and a closer look inside.
Location of the 100mw power amplifier chip.
Location of the frequency chip.
Close-up of the 100mw power amplifer chip after modification.
Mike - WA6SVT with sleeping Christina.
Information overload about ATV.
Brian - WB7UBB and Beth - KB7WPJ came all the way from Phoenix, AZ.
The lady on the left turned 100 2/21/2000 and she's a HAM too!