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Slow Scan & Narrow Band Television
Commercial Sites of Interest
Electronics - ZL4TAO - amateur television
transmitters/receivers down under.
- Bonito - Hardware and software for
the radio and TV amateur.
- GH Engineering GH Engineering sells
RF and Microwave semiconductors, and most of the sales are to BATC
- Golden Age Television Recreations -
supplying for hire genuine 'vintage' tv studio and ob equipment.
- Comtec suppliers (eBay shop)
TV Design and development of ATV components
- GTH Electronics - ACE Full Standards
Converter AND Colour Corrector, Suitable for ANY Video System
C. Electronics, Leaders in Amateur TV equipment in the USA.
- VIDEO/AUDIO TRANSMITTERS & RECEIVERS 1240 - 1320 MHz
and Receiving Equipment. New products for Amateur TV, FSTV, Ham
Operators and Amateur Radio Enthusiasts
(UK) Ltd - Suppliers of digital and analogue microwave links
up to 24GHz
- Satellitetv-HQ.com's mission is to
help consumers find the right satellite TV
UK's Satellite Tuner Specialist
- Vintage Valved Wireless
- We supply 2.4Ghz yagi aerials. We also undertake repairs and
restoration of most early valved radios. We carry a large range of
parts, example: the Bush DAC 90A of 1950s which we have a very
- We are a UK based company manufacturing a unique and
versatile Advanced Colour Enhancer or "ACE". Our Web Site is at www.gthelectronics.com
which has full details of the many facilities.
should know that sites listed here are not under the control of The
British Amateur Television Club. Accordingly, The British Amateur
Television Club can make no representation concerning the content of
these sites to you, nor can the fact that The British Amateur
Television Club has given you this listing serve as an endorsement by
The British Amateur Television Club or any of these sites. The British
Amateur Television Club is providing this list only as a convenience to
you; this is to inform you that The British Amateur Television Club has
not tested any software found on these sites and therefore cannot make
any representations regarding the quality, safety or suitability of any
software found there. There are inherent dangers in the use of any
software found on the Internet, and The British Amateur Television Club
cautions you to make sure that you completely understand the risk
before retrieving any software on the Internet.