Im interested in using a quickcam in a ham radio project.First i need to know whether the quickcam can operate in a one way send only mode to the computer. If so,i need some data on the nature( serial bits/packets?) and frequencies of quickcam output at say,5,10, 20, 30fps vga resolution or better. I intend to modulate a radio signal with its data if possible.
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You're better off writing directly to Logitech regarding this. Their engineers should be able to sort it out for you. Their address is:
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If you want to talk on AM put it on AM if you want to talk on SSB then put it on SSB. Did you recently purchase this radio? You do realize you need a ham radio license to use this ?If you are on the upper ham bands you better have a license or they will come and get you .Look at the the dial that has 1 - 7 on it. Now take the owners manual and look at the diagram of the knob . It should say something about frequencies and the frequency you need to operate on is from 26.965 to 27.405 MHZ .
You need to be a licensed Ham Radio Operator. The license is issued by the FCC. You can google Ham radio license prep to get all the information you need to get licensed. Once you have the license you will also get your station call letters. Without them you cannot even try to operate the radio.
if you are looking for 40 channel CB than i would look under ham radio operators, CB repair shops, if you are looking for another one, you may even look up on www.ebay.com
the ham radio operators would be where i would look and talk to.
i would look for ham radio clubs, they have swap meets all the time, old tv and radio repair shop. i have been in ham radio operations in 20 yrs and i do not know anyone. you may check out the local library., the FCC may be help you find local ham radio operator in your location. they will help you find that old equipment, than on the other side of the coin what are you willing to pay to locate an operate one is and are they willing to part with it.
Firstly, I take it that you are a licensed Amateur operator, if not, you're breaking the law.
If, on the other hand you are licensed, then I would contact a friendly Ham operator, who would be only to pleased to assist, after all, Amateur radio operators spend most of their time doing just this kind of thing, as you well know, if you are indeed a licensed Ham operator.
On the Satellit 750 you have a button marked SSB. If you have selected a shortwave band then you can press the SSB button. Pressing the button repeatedly will toggle between LSB and USB.
You will need to know the exact frequency and the broadcast time, and the side band. Turn the radio on. Select a frequency which you know carries SSB signal and wait. Those that broadcast on SSB are not radio stations, maybe ham radio operators.
You can also select a short wave band, press the SSB button once or twice to select the side band and launch the automatic tuning system. It will scan the meter band and stop for a few second when it receives a strong enough signal. If you are able to perceive a clear signal on LSB or USB then you found a broadcaster. Some radios just have SSB and you cannot choose the side. Personally, when I buy a radio I always insist on SSB but I have never been lucky tuning in an SSB signal. I keep trying once in while.
your antenna is mismatched and your frying the radio finals , re adjust the antenna to a match of a ratio of 1 to 1.5 for the optimum output of your radio ( I used to be a chicken bander before I became a Ham operator)