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These pages are dedicated to Dave Kenwood G8AJN who championed the Digilite project but unfortunately became silent key in June 2017.'''
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==Introduction==
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The DigiLite Project was the original system designed by radio amateurs to provide a low cost homebrew method of transmitting live digital TV pictures (DATV). It is a derivative of the “Poor Man's DATV System” which many amateurs have contributed to over several years.
  
The DigiLite Project was the original system designed by radio amateurs to provide a low cost homebrew method of transmitting live digital TV pictures (DATV). It is a derivative of the “Poor Man's DATV System” which many amateurs have contributed to over several years.
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==Hardware==

Revision as of 09:07, 18 September 2017

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These pages are dedicated to Dave Kenwood G8AJN who championed the Digilite project but unfortunately became silent key in June 2017.

AJN1.JPG

Introduction

The DigiLite Project was the original system designed by radio amateurs to provide a low cost homebrew method of transmitting live digital TV pictures (DATV). It is a derivative of the “Poor Man's DATV System” which many amateurs have contributed to over several years.

Hardware