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Re: Satellite Tracker for FD



Thanks for all the responses, it looks like the people's choice is Instant
Track. I will have to get a copy of it. Thanks and 73
Bruce N3LSY

Bruce Paige wrote:

> > Date:          Fri, 12 Jun 1998 20:23:49 -0400
> > From:          Bruce Nolte <brucenol@abs.net>
> > To:            "amsat-bb@AMSAT.org" <amsat-bb@AMSAT.org>
> > Subject:       Satellite Tracker for FD
>
> > I am looking for a small satellite tracking program that will run on an
> > old 286 laptop that I will be taking to field day. It can't use more
> > than 640 K of RAM and must fit on a bootable 1.44M floppy, as the hard
> > drive is no good.  I have NOVA, but I would have to take one of my
> > full-sized computers out into the field to run it. Any suggestions?
> > Bruce N3LSY FM19
>
> i use instant track and i run it on an old 8088 laptop with a single
> 720k floppy. no matter what is said about all the great programs in
> the world, instant track takes a beating and runs on almost anything.
>
> 73...bruce
>
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