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Due to the popularity of the pdf version of issue 7, it has been decided to produce a properly formatted pdf version, as well as the usual ones, from issue 8 onwards.

ISS to transmit DATV

ISSThe international space station is planning DATV transmissions on 13cms. Full details have not yet been formally released by ESA and ARISS but some details are available here. http://www.amsat.org.uk/iaru/

CQ-DATV can be read on a PC

BATCFor those of you that want to read CQ-DATV on a PC, download the file and then go to https://play.google.com/books and drag the file into "my books" it will upload and you can then read it in your browser without any additional software.

See CQ-DATV eBooks on your PC as never before

A reader for EPUB3 books.

ISSReadium®, a project of the International Digital Publishing Forum (IDPF) and supporters, is an open source reference system and rendering engine for EPUB publications. EPUB is the industry-standard open format for eBooks and digital publications. The latest version, EPUB 3, is based on Web Standard technologies such as HTML5, CSS, JavaScript, SVG, and the DOM. The overall aim of the Readium project is to ensure that open source software for handling EPUB 3 publications is readily available, to accelerate adoption of EPUB 3 as the universal, accessible, global digital publishing format.

This advanced reader is now available for Chrome web browsers just follow the link https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/empty-title/fepbnnnkkadjhjahcafoaglimekefifl

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