Dave Ingram: Video Electronics Technology, 1983

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Dave Ingram: Video Electronics Technology, 1983

Postby BruXy » Thu Jan 30, 2020 11:57 am

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Ingram, Dave.
     Video electronics technology.

      Includes index.
       1. Television— Amateurs’ manuals. 2. Home video.
I. Title.
TK9960.I54 1983         621.388     82-5959
ISBN 0-8306-2474-0                  AACR2
ISBN 0-8306-1474-5 (pbk.)


There is also chapter covering Amateur Television; Amateur Fast-Scan Television; Amateur Slow-Scan Television and Medium-Scan Television.

Dave_Ingram_-_Video_Electronics_Technology._1983.pdf

Dave Ingram K4TWJ is author of SSTV handbook mentioned on the forum: The Complete Handbook Of Slow-Scan TV (1977)

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Re: Dave Ingram: Video Electronics Technology, 1983

Postby Steve Anderson » Thu Jan 30, 2020 5:36 pm

There are a number of pages missing in the SSTV handbook by Dave Ingram pdf linked to above, specifically circuit diagrams. They must have been too wide for whoever scanned the book in the first place...a fold-out section of about A3 width.

I have a copy, an actual physical copy of said book, if anyone wants those missing pages I'll scan and upload them here...but give me a few days, both my printers/scanners are misbehaving right now...how I hate printers...

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Re: Dave Ingram: Video Electronics Technology, 1983

Postby BruXy » Fri Jan 31, 2020 12:43 am

Just some raw scans at least in 300dpi should be okay, I can put it together and clean it. We can also upload it to Archive later to save it for later generations :lol:
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