It is a great day to learn something new, even if that something happens to be 50 years old… perhaps older.
A new article (in PDF format) has been posted on the Resources page, associated with the sub-heading OPERATING YOUR STATION. The title of the article is Slow Scan Television. Hams frequently abbreviate that name to SSTV.
Slow Scan Television is a technology that enables the transmission of images using shortwave radio. There are some similarities between SSTV and FAX. Slow Scan Television was created in the 1960s. At that time there was a tremendous dependency on using cathode ray tubes with very long phosphorescence to display the images. The more modern version of SSTV leverages the power of the Personal Computer and its Sound Card to create and preserve the images.
You may wish to read the article. Here is a link to the file SSTV.PDF.
We have at least three club members who have taken the bait and tried their hands at sending or receiving SSTV images. If you have questions on the topic perhaps we can get you connected with one of the three and share their knowledge.
73, Andrew Forsyth AF3I