KH6HTV VIDEO is a manufacturer of quality amateur TV products for the 70cm, 33cm & 23cm bands. The product line includes both analog and digital TV transmitters, RF linear power amplifiers, pre-amplifiers, up/down converters, FM-TV receiver, band-pass filter and bias tees.
ATV in QST — The Oct. 2021 issue of ARRL’s QST includes an article on “Microwave Amateur Television” — 2021-10 QST Microwavelengths
This is also the home page for the Boulder, Colorado TV Repeater, W0BTV. For more details about the ATV repeater go to ” Newsletter ” on above task bar. There you will also find past issues of our newsletter. The repeater’s video is being streamed on the internet. To view it go to the British Amateur TV Club’s web site: BATC
New KH6HTV Application Note just posted, 25 March — “Low Cost, DIY, Microwave Up & Down Converters” — AN-61 Down-Converter
NEW FREE DVD – “Amateur, High Definition, Digital TV” talk presented at Micro-Hams Digital Conference, 9 May 2020 (send request to email@example.com)
NEW FREE BOOK – “ATV HANDBOOK – an Introduction to Amateur TV” NEW updated 2021 — AN-55a ATV Handbook
NEW PRODUCTs – 0.7dB Noise Figure, 70cm, 33cm & 23cm Pre-Amplifiers — Amp brochure-rev9-21
NEW PRODUCT – Bias Tees for HF, VHF & UHF, 50V, 2 Amps — BiasTeeSpecs
KH6HTV Video is my retirement, ham shack, hobby business. My objective is to supply Amateur TeleVision (ATV) products to other ATV hams who are seeking an “appliance operator” solution, rather than “home-brewing” their own gear.
Newcomers to ATV: If you are new to ATV and want to get started in high-definition, digital TV, I offer you a special service. If you purchase an RF Linear Power Amplifier from me, I will purchase for you (and re-sell to you at cost), the required DVB-T modulator and receiver from Hi-Des in Taiwan. I will program both the modulator and receiver for you. Thus, when you receive the complete transmitter/receiver package, it will be ready to work immediately for you.
Click on the links at the top of the page for detailed product listing, application notes, prices, etc. Also on this web site are the collection of Picosecond Pulse Labs application notes and MatLab programs written by Jim Andrews. They were previously published on the discontinued web site ( http://www.picosecond.com ). PSPL is now owned by Tektronix. Click on the above link PSPL App Notes
Rev. 14 Sept. 2021 — kh6htv