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JVComm32 Serial Number: How to Unlock All the Features of This Amazing Software



How to Find the Serial Number for JVComm32 2.01




If you are looking for a software that can decode and display SSTV and FAX signals from your radio, you might want to try JVComm32. This is a popular program among amateur radio enthusiasts who want to enjoy the fun of sending and receiving images over the airwaves. But before you can use JVComm32, you need to find the serial number for it. In this article, we will show you how to do that, as well as how to install, activate, and use JVComm32 on your computer.




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What is JVComm32 and why do you need a serial number?




JVComm32 is a software that allows you to decode and display SSTV (slow scan television) and FAX (facsimile) signals from your radio. SSTV is a mode of communication that transmits still images over audio frequencies, while FAX is a mode that transmits weather maps and charts over radio waves. With JVComm32, you can receive and save these images on your computer, as well as transmit your own images back to other stations.


JVComm32 was developed by Eberhard Backeshoff, a German amateur radio operator with the call sign DK8JV. He first released it in 1997, and since then he has been updating it regularly with new features and improvements. You can download JVComm32 from his official website at https://www.jvcomm.de/index_e.html.


However, JVComm32 is not a free software. You need to pay a license fee of 30 euros (about $34) to use it without any limitations or restrictions. When you pay the fee, you will receive a serial number that will unlock all the functions of JVComm32. Without the serial number, you can only use JVComm32 in demo mode, which means you can only receive SSTV images for 10 minutes per session, and you cannot transmit any images at all.


JVComm32 features and benefits




So why should you pay for JVComm32 when there are other free alternatives available? Well, here are some of the features and benefits that make JVComm32 worth your money:


  • JVComm32 supports all the common SSTV modes, such as Robot, Scottie, Martin, Wraase, Pasokon TV, AVT, etc., as well as some rare ones like PD modes.



  • JVComm32 also supports all the common FAX modes, such as IOC-576, IOC-288, IOC-144, etc., as well as some rare ones like APT (Automatic Picture Transmission) used by weather satellites.



  • JVComm32 has a built-in image editor that allows you to crop, resize, rotate, flip, invert, adjust colors, add text, draw shapes, etc., on your received or transmitted images.



  • JVComm32 has a built-in image gallery that allows you to organize your images by date, time, mode, frequency, call sign, etc., and view them as thumbnails or slideshows.



  • Select the output device you want to use from the drop-down list. This is usually "Speaker" or "Line-Out".



  • Adjust the input and output levels with the sliders. You can also use the "Auto" buttons to let JVComm32 adjust them automatically.



  • Click "OK" to save your settings and close the dialog box.



  • In JVComm32, click on the "Options" menu and select "CAT". You will see a dialog box with some settings for your CAT interface.



  • Select the CAT interface you want to use from the drop-down list. If you have a commercial interface, such as RigBlaster or SignaLink, select it from the list. If you have a custom interface, select "User defined".



  • Select the COM port that your interface is connected to from the drop-down list. If you are not sure, check your device manager or your interface manual.



  • Select the baud rate that your interface uses from the drop-down list. If you are not sure, check your interface manual or try different values until you find the one that works.



  • Select the radio model that you have from the drop-down list. If your radio is not listed, select "User defined".



  • Click "OK" to save your settings and close the dialog box.



  • In JVComm32, click on the "Options" menu and select "Mode". You will see a dialog box with some settings for your SSTV and FAX modes.



  • Select the SSTV mode you want to use from the drop-down list. You can choose from various modes, such as Robot, Scottie, Martin, Wraase, Pasokon TV, AVT, etc. You can also select "Auto" to let JVComm32 detect the mode automatically.



  • Select the FAX mode you want to use from the drop-down list. You can choose from various modes, such as IOC-576, IOC-288, IOC-144, etc. You can also select "Auto" to let JVComm32 detect the mode automatically.



  • Adjust the slant correction with the slider. This is a fine tuning of the image alignment that compensates for any frequency drift or timing errors between your radio and your computer. You can also use the "Auto" button to let JVComm32 adjust it automatically.



  • Click "OK" to save your settings and close the dialog box.



How to receive and save SSTV and FAX images with JVComm32




To receive and save SSTV and FAX images with JVComm32, follow these steps:


  • In JVComm32, click on the "Receive" button on the main window. You will see a blank screen with some buttons and indicators.



  • Turn on your radio and tune it to a frequency where SSTV or FAX signals are expected. You can use the DX cluster client in JVComm32 to find active stations around the world and tune your radio automatically.



  • Wait until you hear a SSTV or FAX signal on your radio. You will see a green LED indicator on JVComm32 that shows that a signal is detected.



  • Watch as JVComm32 decodes and displays the image on the screen. You will see some information about the image, such as mode, frequency, call sign, date, time, etc., on the bottom of the screen.



  • If you want to save the image on your computer, click on the "Save" button on JVComm32. You will see a dialog box where you can choose a file name and format for your image. You can also add some comments or notes to your image.



  • Click "OK" to save your image and close the dialog box. Your image will be saved in a folder called "JVCOMM\Images\" on your computer.



How to transmit SSTV and FAX images with JVComm32




To transmit SSTV and FAX images with JVComm32, follow these steps:


the main window. You will see a screen with some buttons and options.


  • Select the image you want to transmit from your computer. You can use the "Open" button on JVComm32 to browse your folders and files. You can also use the image gallery or the image editor in JVComm32 to select or edit your images.



  • Adjust the image size and quality with the sliders on JVComm32. You can also use the "Auto" button to let JVComm32 optimize them for you.



  • Add some information to your image, such as your call sign, date, time, mode, frequency, etc., with the "Info" button on JVComm32. You can also add some text or graphics to your image with the "Edit" button on JVComm32.



  • Turn on your radio and tune it to a frequency where you want to transmit your image. Make sure you are in the same mode as your image (SSTV or FAX) and that the frequency is clear of any other signals.



  • Click on the "Start" button on JVComm32 to begin transmitting your image. You will see a red LED indicator on JVComm32 that shows that a signal is transmitted.



  • Watch as JVComm32 encodes and transmits your image over the radio. You will see a progress bar and a timer on JVComm32 that show how much of your image is transmitted and how long it will take.



  • Wait until your image is fully transmitted and JVComm32 stops automatically. You will hear a beep sound on your radio that indicates the end of transmission.



How to troubleshoot common problems with JVComm32




If you encounter any problems with JVComm32, such as poor image quality, distorted sound, no signal detection, etc., here are some tips to troubleshoot them:


How to check for updates and patches for JVComm32




One of the first things you should do if you have any problems with JVComm32 is to check for updates and patches for it. The developer of JVComm32 regularly releases new versions and fixes for it that may solve your issues. To check for updates and patches for JVComm32, follow these steps:


  • In JVComm32, click on the "Help" menu and select "Check for updates". You will see a dialog box that shows if there are any new versions or patches available for JVComm32.



  • If there are any updates or patches available, click on the "Download" button to download them to your computer.



  • Run the downloaded file to install the update or patch for JVComm32. Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation process.



  • Restart JVComm32 and see if your problem is solved.



How to contact the developer and get support for JVComm32




If you still have any problems with JVComm32 after checking for updates and patches, you can contact the developer and get support for it. The developer of JVComm32 is very friendly and helpful and will try his best to assist you. To contact the developer and get support for JVComm32, follow these steps:


  • In JVComm32, click on the "Help" menu and select "About". You will see a dialog box with some information about JVComm32, such as version number, license status, serial number, etc.



  • Click on the "Email" button to send an email to the developer at info@jvcomm.de. You can also use your own email client to send an email to him.



  • In your email, describe your problem in detail and include some information about your system, such as operating system, sound card, radio model, interface type, etc. You can also attach some screenshots or log files to illustrate your problem.



  • Wait for a reply from the developer. He usually responds within 24 hours or less.



  • Follow his instructions or suggestions to solve your problem.



Conclusion




JVComm32 is a great software that allows you to decode and display SSTV and FAX signals from your radio. It has many features and benefits that make it worth paying for. However, before you can use it, you need to find the serial number for it. In this article, we showed you how to do that, as well as how to install, activate, and use JVComm32 on your computer. We also gave you some tips to troubleshoot common problems with JVComm32. We hope you found this article helpful and informative. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to contact us or leave them below. Thank you for reading!


Frequently Asked Questions




What is SSTV?




SSTV stands for Slow Scan Television. It is a mode of communication that transmits still images over audio frequencies. It is mainly used by amateur radio operators who want to exchange pictures over the airwaves.


What is FAX?




FAX stands for Facsimile. It is a mode of communication that transmits weather maps and charts over radio waves. It is mainly used by meteorologists and sailors who want to get updated information about weather conditions around the world.


What is a serial number?




A serial number is a unique code that identifies a product or software. It is usually required to activate or register a product or software after purchase. It is also used to prevent piracy or unauthorized use of a product or software.


Where can I find more information about JVComm32?




, watch its videos, order its license, contact its developer, and more.


How can I improve my SSTV and FAX reception and transmission?




There are several factors that can affect your SSTV and FAX reception and transmission, such as radio frequency, antenna type, propagation conditions, interference, noise, etc. Here are some tips to improve your SSTV and FAX reception and transmission:


  • Use a good quality radio that has a stable frequency and a clear sound.



  • Use a suitable antenna that matches your radio and the frequency you are using. You can use a dipole, a vertical, a beam, or a loop antenna depending on your situation.



  • Use a low power setting on your radio to avoid overdriving your sound card or interface.



  • Use a good quality sound card or interface that has a low noise level and a high dynamic range.



  • Use a good quality cable to connect your radio to your sound card or interface. Avoid using long or thin cables that can cause signal loss or interference.



  • Use a good quality speaker or headphone to listen to your radio. Avoid using cheap or distorted speakers or headphones that can affect your sound quality.



  • Use a good quality microphone to transmit your voice or image. Avoid using cheap or noisy microphones that can affect your modulation quality.



  • Adjust your audio levels and filters on your radio and your computer to get the best signal-to-noise ratio and the best image quality.



  • Choose the best mode and frequency for your SSTV and FAX transmission and reception. You can use the DX cluster client in JVComm32 to find active stations around the world and tune your radio automatically.



  • Avoid transmitting or receiving SSTV and FAX signals when there is heavy interference or noise on the frequency. You can use the spectrum analyzer in JVComm32 to monitor the audio spectrum of your radio and adjust the filters and levels for optimal reception and transmission.



How can I share my SSTV and FAX images with others?




If you want to share your SSTV and FAX images with others, you have several options. Here are some of them:


  • You can print your images on paper or save them as PDF files with the image printer in JVComm32. You can then mail them or scan them and send them by email to others.



  • You can convert your images to different formats, such as BMP, JPG, GIF, PNG, etc., with the image converter in JVComm32. You can then upload them to online platforms, such as social media, blogs, forums, websites, etc., where others can view them.



  • You can create and print QSL cards for your contacts with the QSL manager in JVComm32. You can then mail them or scan them and send them by email to others as a confirmation of your contact.



, etc., with the logbook in JVComm32. You can then upload them to online databases, such as eQSL, LoTW, QRZ, etc., where others can view them.


  • You can transmit your images to other stations over the airwaves with JVComm32. You can also receive images from other stations and save them on your computer.



How can I learn more about SSTV and FAX?




If you want to learn more about SSTV and FAX, you have several resources available. Here are some of them:


  • You can read the online manual of JVComm32 at https://www.jvcomm.de/manual_e.html. There you can find detailed explanations and instructions for all the features and options of JVComm32.



  • You can read the help file of JVComm32 by clicking on the "Help" menu and selecting "Contents". There you can find answers to common questions and problems with JVComm32.



  • You can watch some videos of JVComm32 at https://www.jvcomm.de/video_e.html. There you can see some demonstrations and examples of how to use JVComm32.



  • You can visit some websites that are dedicated to SSTV and FAX, such as https://www.sstv.org/, https://www.sstvham.com/, https://www.hffax.de/, etc. There you can find more information, tips, tutorials, galleries, forums, etc., about SSTV and FAX.



  • You can join some clubs or groups that are interested in SSTV and FAX, such as https://www.easysstv.com/, https://www.worldsstv.com/, https://www.feldhellclub.org/, etc. There you can meet other enthusiasts, exchange ideas, participate in contests, etc., about SSTV and FAX.



  • You can read some books or magazines that are related to SSTV and FAX, such as Slow Scan Television for Beginners by John Langridge (KB5NJD), Getting Started with Ham Radio SSTV by Don Rotolo (N2IRZ), Radio Facsimile Handbook by John Morris (GM4ANB), etc. There you can find more theory, history, practice, etc., about SSTV and FAX.






Thank you for reading this article. I hope you enjoyed it and learned something new. If you have any feedback or suggestions for me, please let me know. I'm always happy to hear from you and improve my skills. Have a great day!


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