Slow Scan Television is a picture transmission method used mainly by ham radio operators. Static pictures are transmitted and received via analog frequency modulation in HF, UHF and VHF bands. Every pixel in an image is represented as a sinusoid of different frequencies and color is achieved by encoding the brightness of each color component separately. Demodulation can generate an audio representation of the image.
|SSTV Module||PD90 (90 seconds)|
|Operating Frequency Band||UHF (434-440 Mhz)|
|Power consumption||< 5.5W|
|Cost (approx.) of Module||INR 10,000|
|Cost (approx.) of Receiver||INR 5,000|