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Jan
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Hi reader,

Just received my new UHF TVMAX3000+

But our TX Frequency is not programed !
How do I change the TX frequency from 434.000 to 434.250 ( Dutch Radioamateur Band Plan )

This is the only frequency I can use.

Regards Jan / pd0hni
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Hi Jan,

Check out the manual here:

http://www.pcs-electronics.com/software/Manuals/manual_tvmax3000_en.pdf

- Flip the switch and wait for the unit to turn on, enter menu system by pressing the bottom key and set TV channel,
TV standard & audio standard for your country and tune your TV receiver to the same TV channel.

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intertech wrote:
Hi Jan,

Check out the manual here:

http://www.pcs-electronics.com/software/Manuals/manual_tvmax3000_en.pdf

- Flip the switch and wait for the unit to turn on, enter menu system by pressing the bottom key and set TV channel,
TV standard & audio standard for your country and tune your TV receiver to the same TV channel.


Hi Intertech,
I think you did not understand my question.
I don't like to change chanel.
I like to shift the frequency 000.250 KHz up The Hamradio ATV frequency in the Netherlands is 434.250 MHz audio 5.5MHz

Regards Jan
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Hi, the current list of available channels is exactly as listed on our website. For different
channels or frequency please specify at time of ordering and we will add it to our
list of supported frequencies.

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Hi, I allready have my transmitter.
And my problem is that 434.250 is not programed. ( this is our Ham Radio ATV frequency ) in Holland.
But you can add it to your list because I know there wil be more ham radio friends that will order.
I will try to shift the frequency my self up to 434.250

Regards Jan / pd0hni

I have tryd to enter the Affiliate program but it will not work for me. ( cookies pherhaps ? )
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Well , why don't you make a list of all ATV frequencies
that might also be usefull and I will add all of them to
the firmware?

Affiliate program requires cookies, but you really should
not be afraid of them. I know affiliate program works
because I am paying money to guys for their accumulated
bonus so it works for them definitely. I can help you
troubleshoot this via e-mail when I get home.

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Hi Marko,

Oké, I will make a list.

Affiliate program is working now, thank you.

Still one thing to go: UHF "AM" ATV Amplifier .......... there is a market ! ( 50Watt / 100Watt / and up.

Regards Jan
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Hi Jan,


yep, we plan to work that as well

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Hi Marko,

I have did ask around, and the only possible frequency is 434.250 ( this is the only HAM Radio frequency we can use )
And that is also in Belgium, England, Germany, Holland, ( Australia 444.250 also a market )

So that is it.

Let me know when you have a new program.

Regards Jan
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Hi Marko,

I have purchased your TV max 3000 tested it but i can not change to NTSC, when i changed the TV satndard it say B/G and L i guess it configures to PAL, how can i change it to NTSC? i tried all the buttons in the TV standard menu but i can not change to NTSC. Need your big help.

Walter
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