Amateur Television

The local Amateur Television Repeater is WD0GIV/R - 421.250 OUT / 439.25 IN - Horizontal polarization - 100 Watts.
Currently weather radar and color Tower-Cam overlooking New Orleans are available by touch tone control on the repeater input.
The UHF repeater outout can be seen on many cable-ready TVs, depending on your proximity to the transmitting source. If you are not a Ham, and just want to look in, contact any ATV'er for advice on how to receive the audio/video on your standard TV. The JARC uses ATV for distance learing, transmitting ham classes to students that are unable to travel to the clubhouse.
Nets are held every Friday Night at 9:00pm - Talk-back occurs on 2 meters, usually the 145.37- machine. ATV is inexpensive, using your family camcorder, TV,and VCR you have the makings of a first class station.

ATV net Friday at 9 PM 439.25 Mhz. Video

Atv Web Link Sites.

http://www.bsrg.org/

http://www.clarc.org/atv.htm

http://www.hamtv.com/