Amateur Television Quarterly
Amateur Television Quarterly (ATVQ) was a one-of-a-kind publication for hams who are interested in
sending and receiving their own television signals. Amateur Television (ATV) is a lot of fun!
Have you heard about using ATV while hang gliding, hot air ballooning, or for public service events?
How about ATV in the payload of a helium balloon at a hundred thousand feet, sending video showing
the earth's curvature?
For a little history behind ATVQ and the Amateur Television publications that preceeded it, we have provided a link to an article by Henry Ruh (KB9FO) that appeared in the April 1991, Vol. 4 #2 issue of Amateur Television Quarterly.
Click here for a summary of ATV magazines from 1962 through 2008.
1962 - 1964 The First ATV Publication "ATV EXPERIMENTER"
by Mel Dunbrack (WIBHD)
1967 - 1970 A Second ATV Publication "A5 Magazine"
by Donald Lxwine (WB2UMF) and Martin Balk (WBSZW )
1972 - 1974 The Third ATV Publication "A5 Amateur Television Magazine"
by Ron Cohen (K3ZKO) and Al Lipkin (W3AEH)
1975 - 1985 The Forth ATV Magazine "A5" (reboot)
by Henry Ruh (WBSHEE)
1988 - 1997 The Fifth ATV Magazine "Amateur Television Quarterly"
by Bill Brown (WB8ELK) and Henry Rue (WB9FO)
1997 - 2008 "Amateur Television Quarterly (ATVQ)" by Gene Harlan (WBMMM)
2009 - 2017 "Amateur Television Quarterly (ATVQ)" by Mike Collis (WA6SVT) and Bill Brown (WB8ELK)
2017 - 2018 "Amateur Television Quarterly (ATVQ)" by Rod Fritz (WB9KMO)
Henry Ruh (WB8HEE ) with Mike Collis (WA6SVT)
Henry Ruh WB8HEE (today KB9FO)
WB9WWM (now KB9FO)