release february 2013
A Windows SSTV
specially designed for SWL's
It's compact, It's
handy, It's powerfull,
It's easy to use and It's FREE!
does RX-SSTV do?
RX-SSTV is an
easy and back to basics SSTV decoding
program. It automatically saves
received SSTV-images (any supported
mode is detected automatically too)
and supports DSP.
Uses the powerful MMSSTV Engine ©
JE3HHT - Makoto Mori!
Because SWL's don't need TX, this
part of the program can be left out.
No cumbersome settings for com-ports,
ptt interfaces and no accidental
transmissions by activating the TX by
mistake! A totally harmless program
for even the youngest of SWL's who
want to discover the world of digital
communications, like SSTV.
Still, why no TX? Why? Primary
because there are so many, many SSTV
programs out there that do a great
job receiving and transmitting
SSTV, but none for the SWL (short
wave listener) or for people that
have no HAM license, tech-students in
Also ideal for receiving SSTV from
the International Space Station ISS!
Is why by default Robot-36 mode is
used in the program. However, the
program will detect any available
SSTV-mode that it receives and
activate the automated saving
process. You won't miss any received
Automated saving and
automatic detection of SSTV
Decodes very well
even under noisy conditions!
Uses the powerful
MMSSTV Engine © JE3HHT - Makoto
Easy to use and
specially designed for SWL's or
HAM's who don't
need TX or for anyone who just
like to monitor SSTV signals.
Adjustable DSP and
copy/save/edit the received SSTV
No cumbersome TX
com-port settings, just connect
your soundcard to
your receiver, tune to a SSTV
frequency and your set!
Signal and waterfall
noise activated squelch control.
strength/quality value available
for squelch and display.
error measuring and compensating
A fast AFC mode can
be used to track doppler shifting
up to +/-20Hz/Sec.
No special RX or TX
interfaces: uses your Soundcard!
BMP and JPG with
Save last received
image (ideal for FTP,
Easy to use!
Works in all
requirements: 200MHz Pentium
(yep, great isn't it)
16 bit @ 11.025hz
A SW SSB receiver
and/or FM VHF receiver, radio...
all: It's FREEWARE!
Examples of received
ISS SSTV images in Robot36 using beta
(16...19 oktober 2008).
thanks to the astronat Richard Garriott
W5KWQ aboard ISS for his extra efforts to
communicate with fellow HAM's, setting up
the HAM-equipment for SSTV, repeater
mode, aprs and so much more!
More about Richard Garriott here
SSTV images received on december 1st
& 2th 2008
UISS Software for
communicating with ISS using AX25